The City of Bunbury has around 435 Bus stops within the City, with 140 of these having a Bus shelter installed.
All these Bus Shelters, except the "full glass" shelters are owned and maintained by the City. Any damage or graffiti to these shelters can be reported by contacting the city.
The "full glass" shelters belong to Adshel and are not owned or maintained by the City of Bunbury. If you notice any damage to the "full glass" shelters you should report it to Adshel on 1800 501 402 (free call).
The Public Transport Authority (PTA) is currently working on a program to upgrade all bus stops within the City so they comply with Disability Standards. This program is over a 5 year period. When the program is completed all bus stops will consist of a concrete hardstand with a kerb height of 150mm and tactile ground surface indicators.
How do I get a bus shelter in my street?
You can write to the Council requesting a bus shelter be constructed in your street, indicating which side of the road and near what house number. It would also assist negotiations if you had the agreement of other residents in the street. The request would be placed on the register to be assessed. Usually the requirement for a shelter is a minimum of 15 passengers per day.
TransBunbury provides the public transport services for the Bunbury area. For the location of bus stops and bus routes please visit their website.
Damaged Bus Stops/Posts
If you believe an offence has been committed, are subjected to anti-social or unruly behaviour, or see an act of vandalism or graffiti taking place, call (08) 9220 9999 or the Public Transport Authority Comment Line on 13 16 08 as soon as possible so that offenders can be identified and prosecuted. Damaged Bus Posts can also be reported via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bench seats on road reserves, public open spaces and bus stops can be installed, replaced, repaired or relocated by contacting the City on (08) 9792 7000.