POLICE Transport Command (PTC) officers have issued more than 370 infringements and detected individuals for graffiti, warrant and other offences as part of operations during the past week.
Police have maintained a highly-visible presence on trains and buses, including during the travel of patrons to and from the Bledisloe Cup, and as part of Operation Compliance, which targets rail, and bus.
Wollongong PTC arrested a teenager for graffiti offences last Friday.
Police were patrolling Bulli Railway Station when they observed two people walk out of a rail corridor near the Park Road overbridge about 9.30pm.
A man and woman allegedly ran from police through the corridor and were arrested after a short foot pursuit.
A 19-year-old man was taken to Wollongong Police Station and charged with damage property by graffiti, possess graffiti implements, and enter running lines.
He was granted conditional bail to appear in Wollongong Local Court on September 10.
The woman was issued an infringement for entering running lines.