Our Bayswater urban art project launched this week! With the help of young people from all over Perth, we will be painting a 500 metre retaining wall, which forms part of the Forrestfield-Airport Link project.
Respect. We’ve just released our latest collaboration with Reach1 Teach 1’s DJ Trooth and a group of young aboriginal women from Girls Academy. This hip hop track and music video was written and recorded by the young women at Girls Academy urging their peers to “just show a little respect” on the bus and train network.
If you’ve ever used the shared pathway between East Perth and Claisebrook stations you may have noticed the less-than-pretty industrial shipping containers within the Transwa coach depot. Over the years these have been targeted by vandals and become a bit of an eye-sore to passing traffic.
Did you know that rail trespass is on the rise in Perth? But do you know what trespass is exactly? Let me clarify for you.
Positive Reinforcement on the cards for Perth's young people
In an effort to highlight the great behaviour that so many of our young patrons engage in, as well as to break down barriers and build positive relationships between Transit Officers and young people, the Right Track Reward Card campaign was rolled out for Rail Safety Week in August.