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Transperth CAT - Central Area Transit

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Transperth Central Area Transit - CAT
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Transperth CAT DAB Midcity 1
Perth has long had a network of free central area city services designed as much for city workers as tourists. The brand name CAT (Central Area Transit) was adopted with a new fleet of purpose built low floor buses supplied by DAB. Their rare Midcity Series 2, model 0860S-022, was configured as a 19 seater. There were two routes around the city denoted blue and red. DAB Midcity 1 (CAT1) is allocated to the blue route and is adorned with a blue coloured CAT symbol. It is seen at work in July 1998 when just over two years old being delivered in May 1996, four months ahead of the rest of the production batch of 16.
 
Transperth CAT DAB Midcity 1
CAT 1 is seen again in April 2003. By this time the CAT route branding had been eliminated from the vehicles to allow more flexible working, so its red route is denoted by the red destination display.
 
Transperth CAT DAB Midcity 12
On a blue route in April 2013 is CAT 12 (CAT12) by the Bell Tower and Ferry Terminal.
 
Transperth CAT DAB Midcity 13
No fewer than three DAB CATs are seen back in July 1998 heading along Wellington Street, in front of the main station, with 13 (CAT13) on the red route in front.
 
Transperth CAT DAB Midcity
An April 2003 view of an unidentified DAB Midcity CAT, seen from the elevated walkways of Wellington Street Bus Station. The yellow blind suggests it might be on the third Yellow CAT route.
 
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