Perth has a road network with three freeways, nine metropolitan highways and no toll roads.
The Northbridge tunnel, otherwise known as the Graham Farmer Freeway was built in the year 2000 for a number of reasons. The Graham Farmer Freeway is a major part of the metropolitan road infrastructure in Perth, Western Australia. The main purpose of the tunnel being a link between East and West Perth.
Perth metropolitan public transport, including trains, buses and ferries, are provided by Transperth, with links to rural areas provided by Transwa. Transperth is the brand name of the public transport system in Perth, Western Australia. Transwa is Western Australia's regional public transport provider linking 275 destinations within Western Australia, from Kalbarri in the north to Augusta in the south Perth provides zero-fare bus and train trips around the city centre (the "Free Transit Zone"), including three high-frequency Central Area Transit (CAT) bus routes. The Perth Central Area Transit System (Perth CAT, or simply CAT, is a set of three bus routes in the centre of Perth, a bus route in Fremantle, and 4 bus
There are 69 railway stations and 15 bus stations in the metropolitan area. Transperth Trains is a division of the Public Transport Authority of Western Australia responsible for operating Perth ’s urban passenger rail system as part
The Indian Pacific passenger rail service connects Perth with Adelaide and Sydney via Kalgoorlie. For detailed travel information do not rely solely on this page please refer to the Transperth website Route The route leaves East Perth Station and travels first along a dual gauge section of the Midland suburban line and east to Kalgoorlie, then following Adelaide is the capital and most populous city of the Australian state of South Australia, and is the fifth largest city in Australia with a Sydney (ˈsɪdniː is the most populous city in Australia, with a Metropolitan area population of approximately 4 The Transwa Prospector passenger rail service connects Perth with Kalgoorlie via several Wheatbelt towns, while the Transwa Australind connects to Bunbury, and the Transwa Avonlink connects to Northam. The Transwa Prospector is a standard-gauge passenger train operated by Transwa that runs between Perth, Western Australia, and the Goldfields The Transwa Australind is a passenger train operated by Transwa that runs between Perth, Western Australia, and the south-west city of Bunbury The port of Bunbury is the third largest city in Western Australia after Mandurah and Perth the state capital The AvonLink is a Standard gauge passenger train operated by Transwa that operates between Perth, Western Australia and the Avon Valley Northam is a town in Western Australia, situated at the confluence of the Avon and Mortlock Rivers about north-east of Perth in the Avon
Perth is served by Perth Airport in the city's east for regional, domestic and international flights and Jandakot Airport in the city's southern suburbs for general aviation and charter flights. Perth Airport is an Australian domestic and international Airport located south of Guildford Western Australia, and is the major commercial airport Jandakot Airport is an Australian General aviation airport located in Jandakot, Perth, Western Australia.
Rail freight terminates at the Kewdale Rail Terminal, 15 kilometres south-east of the city centre. Kewdale Freight Terminal is a large intermodal rail facility in the Perth suburb of Kewdale, Western Australia.
Perth's main container and passenger port is at Fremantle, 19 kilometres south west at the mouth of the |Swan River. Fremantle (commonly known as Freo is a Port City in Western Australia, located southwest of Perth, the state capital at the mouth of The Swan River estuary flows through the city of Perth, in the south west of Western Australia. A second port complex is being developed in Cockburn Sound primarily for the export of bulk commodities. Cockburn Sound is an inlet of the Indian Ocean on the coast of Western Australia.
For most of the 1900's most suburban development in Perth was oriented towards access to public transport.
The first trams began operating in 1899 between East Perth and West Perth along Hay Street. East Perth is a suburb of Perth Western Australia, located next to the Perth CBD West Perth is a suburb 600 metres west of Perth, the capital city of Western Australia. Hay Street may refer to Hay Street Hertfordshire, a village in England Hay Street Perth, Australia Hay Street Sydney The network was expanded down as far as Fremantle and across the Swan River causeway to Victoria Park. Fremantle (commonly known as Freo is a Port City in Western Australia, located southwest of Perth, the state capital at the mouth of The Swan River estuary flows through the city of Perth, in the south west of Western Australia. Victoria Park is an inner south eastern suburb of Perth, Western Australia. The government took over the running of trams in 1914. They were phased out by July 1958. A number of Perth's historical trams are maintained at Whiteman Park. Whiteman Park is a 4000 hectare/40 square kilometre (10000 acre/15 mi² bushland area located 22 km north of Perth Western Australia.