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There is a new electronic option for parking payments in the City of Melville, giving motorists, visitors, workers and shoppers the added option to pay for parking via their phones when visiting Melville.

The new service EasyPark offers motorists a smart, fast and flexible way to pay for parking. All you'd need to do is download the app and register, park your vehicle, enter the EasyPark area code which can be found on the side of parking machines, and select your parking time.

With EasyPark, there is no need to carry coins, bank cards or worry about lost tickets. You can extend or stop your parking on the go with your smart phone and the nifty app will remind you when your parking session is about to expire.

Register for the service online, download the app or call the EasyPark customer service team on 1300 734 070. Once registered, motorists can then use the EasyPark app or call the service number to pay for parking. EasyPark bills the parking fees straight to your credit or debit card.

All other parking methods are still available.

EasyPark users still need to comply with time limits as detailed by location signage.

For more information, to register and to find out fees, visit www.easypark.com.au.

For all other parking related information in Melville, visit www.melvillecity.com.au/parking.


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24 May 2017


Check out this super cute clip from Transperth on how you can better plan your public transport tips. Travelling on Transperth is easy, but you can make it even easier for you, and others, by following some simple tips. They’re so simple, even these little guys can do them.


Share your own cute transport-related videos below.

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20 September 2016


Ten new Transperth buses fitted with USB charging points have hit the streets of Perth.

Each of the ten buses are fitted with eight double USB points which passengers can use to charge their mobile devices while they travel. The points are fitted to the window frames of each bus meaning passengers are able to plug in their cable from their seat.

The buses are operating out of the Malaga, Palmyra and Welshpool depots.

Additionally, 26 charging points have been rolled out across the Perth, Perth Underground and Elizabeth Quay train stations.

Source: Transperth

What are your thoughts about the new USB charging facilities? What additions would you like to see to Transperth buses?

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18 July 2016


Transperth services will begin operating from the new $217 million underground Perth Busport on Sunday, July 17, 2016.

The new busport has been designed to accommodate 50 per cent more bus movements than the old above-ground Wellington Street Bus Station which was demolished in 2014.

Sinking the complex railway track system and the bus station has significantly transformed the centre of our capital city, helping to reconnect Northbridge and the CBD and set the stage for a blend of open space, plazas, walkways and existing, new and future developments. Passengers will have the opportunity to familiarise themselves with the new facility at a public open day on Saturday, July 16, before it opens for operations the next day.

The Perth Busport is fully air-conditioned, features 160 seats, 16 bus stands, two bus entrance-exits, toilets and baby change facilities, and two kiosks. There are three entry points at Yagan Square, Queen and King streets. Each entry point has lifts, stairs and escalators to move passengers between the ground level and underground lounge levels.

For information on bus services visit the Transperth website.

How often do you use public transport in the City of Melville?

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18 July 2016