Local speedy support

As a locally owned and operated business we really wanted to show our support for the amazing job our Police Force has done…

not only last week finding Cleo, but also everyday keeping us safe.

With in-house creative facilities and a relationship with a local printer we were able to have the message publicised within a couple of days.

You too can get important messages out to the public in record time. Plus with the addition of our illuminated shelters there is the ability for mass exposure both at day and night.

A few of our products on offer

Our products have been specifically designed to:

• Repel vandalism – with an anti-graffiti coating
• Solid stainless steel construction
• Fully maintained – without cost to the City
• 24/7 exposure with our new Illuminated shelters and bins
• Environmentally friendly solar powered bins

More about yStop

See our Recommender Tool for locations or find out more about our products here.

Book now. For more information call Jamie on 0417 543 704 or Caroline on 0431 875 169.

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Stirling Illuminated – Open to Everyone

Exciting news as yStop has just won the contract for managing the City of Stirling’s illuminated bus shelters.

With the contract starting in August, we are very excited to add these shelters to our large range of available assets in Stirling.

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Happy holidays

Thank you for all your business and support this year.
What an epic year it has been with all the COVID madness, we still can’t quite believe the shutdown and its effect on WA. Our team rallied and came through relatively unscathed, with quite a bit of IT help along the way.

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Safer, hands-free waste management

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New opaque signs with a semi-transparent viewing strip make shelter advertising easier to read without compromising on bus stop patron visibility.

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Amazing research outcome from Mohamed Ali’s PhD project

Mohamed Ali completed 2 years of foundational research with Murdoch University.

He is now based in Melbourne and works for yStop together  with Dr Giles Oatley from Federation University. Both Dr Giles Oatley and Mohamed are available for all research and development work that the City of Casey would like to undertake. Mohamed’s area of study relates to smart cities with particular expertise in co-located crowd measurement/waste sensor configurations.

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