Public Transport

Aveley Bus Shelters

At the 2021 State election, I committed $100,000 to install six new bus shelters in Aveley.

The new bus shelters are already providing additional comfort to those catching public transport.

I am pleased to have worked closely with Aveley residents on identifying where the bus shelters would be most effective.

  • Stop Number 26144 - Flecker Promenade after Lago Promenade
  • Stop Number 26158 - Egerton Dr after Swanleigh Pde
  • Stop Number 26143  - Egerton Dr after Wexcombe Way
  • Stop Number 26151  - Millhouse Rd after Henley Brook Ave
  • Stop Number 26157  - Flecker Promenade before Lago Promenade
  • Stop Number 25027 – Gnangara Rd after Henley Brook Ave

Dayton Bus Shelters

After meeting with local Dayton residents regarding bus shelters, I wrote to all Dayton residents seeking feedback on where bus shelters should be located.

As a result of community consultation, I worked with both the Public Transport Authority and Local Government to secure funding for the three bus stops.

I am pleased to announce that the works to install bus shelters at the three locations have now been completed:

  • Stop Number 15527 – Isoodon St after Cranleigh St
  • Stop Number 15528 – Isoodon St before Cranleigh St; and
  • Stop Number 27879 – Arthur St after Floribunda Gate

These new bus shelters add to the overall amenity of Dayton, allowing Dayton residents to utilize public transport more confidently.

Henley Brook Bus Station Renewable Energy

Last year the McGowan Labor Government announced a $66.3 million package focused on delivering renewable energy technologies.

Part of this package included the installation of solar panels on 60 bus and train stations, including the Henley Brook bus station right here in the West Swan electorate.

As we progress with the METRONET Morley-Ellenbrook Rail Line, future stations will also include solar panels, further improving our renewable energy footprint in West Swan.