Community Collaborations: How Our CAB Buses Help Transport Students & Staff From Curtin University

Community Collaborations: How Our CAB Buses Help Transport Students & Staff From Curtin University

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Connecting the community is a strong focus at Horizons West.

We know the costs of buying and running a vehicle is generally out of reach for those studying. That’s why we teamed up with Curtin University three years ago to offer the Curtin University CAB Service. A free shuttle service that connects the community between the Bentley Campus, Technology Park and surrounding suburbs – Bentley, Waterford, Victoria Park and South Perth. A service that allows staff, students and the general public access to free transport.

Curtin CABS Service – What You Need To Know

The Curtin Access Bus Service (CABS) is a free shuttle bus which operates Monday to Friday during normal Semester weeks only. Buses can be hailed at any point along their designated route. For those using the Bentley CABS route, there are also additional services that operate during peak hours.

What are the bus routes and timetables?

There are five bus routes with the earliest service commencing at 7am and the last run departing at 10.30pm (perfect for those late night study owls and evening tutorials).

You can find each timetable and bus route below. Simply download the timetables to your device for later and you’re ready to go.

Bentley and Waterford

Technology Park

South Perth & Victoria Park

Can I Track the Location of the bus?

Absolutely, we know how precious your time is as a student and the last thing we want is for you to be standing out in the rain waiting for the bus. That’s why we’ve teamed up with Edeo so you can keep track of our bus. Simply download the app from the Google or iTunes store, plug in your campus and you’re on your way.

With a commitment to continue to build relationships with institutions such as Curtin University, the team at Horizons West are excited to see what the future holds and how we can connect the community further across other regions of Perth.

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