PTV | Travel information
Public Transport Victoria is the face of Melbourne's public transport network.
Your central stop for public transport information in Melbourne and Victoria.
Getting around on trains, trams and buses is easy when you have the right information for your journey.
You can now access a map of your local area on this website. The maps are designed to help you find transport services in your neighbourhood and have been developed as part of the recently distributed pocket guides.
2 City of Bayside
3 City of Boroondara
4 City of Brimbank
5 Shire of Cardinia
6 City of Casey
7 City of Darebin
8 Frankston City
9 City of Glen Eira
10 City of Greater Dandenong
11 City of Hobsons Bay
12 Hume City
13 City of Kingston
14 City of Knox
15 City of Manningham
16 City of Maribyrnong
17 City of Maroondah
18 City of Melbourne
19 Shire of Melton
20 City of Monash
21 City of Moonee Valley
22 City of Moreland
23 Shire of Nillumbik
24 City of Port Phillip
25 City of Stonnington
26 City of Whitehorse
27 City of Whittlesea
28 City of Wyndham
29 City of Yarra
30 Shire of Yarra Ranges
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Melbourne's train network, operated by Metro, services the metropolitan area with 15 train lines.
Melbourne's tram network, operated by Yarra Trams, is one of the largest tram networks in the world.
Free tram service, City Circle timetable: City Circle trams travel the perimeter of Melbourne's central business district, taking in many of Melbourne's landmarks every day of the year except Christmas Day and Good Friday. Services run approximately every 12 minutes 10am - 9pm Thursday to Saturday, and 10am - 6pm Sunday to Wednesday.
There are over 300 bus routes across Melbourne servicing cross-suburban travel, CBD trips for commuters, connections to train stations, major shopping centres, and leisure and sporting venues.
Airport buses: Several airport bus services connect the suburbs to both Melbourne and Avalon Airports.
NightRider: NightRider is a bus service that provides a safe, easy and inexpensive way to travel between the city and Melbourne's outer suburbs after midnight on weekends. Buses run every 30 minutes from 1.30am - 4.30am on Saturdays and 1.30am - 5.30am on Sundays, with additional services on some routes.
School buses: School buses run throughout Melbourne on school days and are generally not available for public use. School bus timetable information is available from the relevant bus operator or school.
Telebuses: Telebuses are demand responsive services. Passengers can board or leave buses at one of the fixed stops in the area or can be picked up or dropped off at home.
Regional trains and coaches
V/Line trains and coaches operate between Melbourne and regional towns and cities. Some routes also provide a local service between nearby towns, suburbs and cities.
Regional buses operate within towns and cities all over Victoria. Some routes also serve smaller centres outside towns.
The Westgate Punt is a ferry service that runs between Spotswood Jetty and Westgate Landing in Port Melbourne.
French Island Ferry
The French Island Ferry is a ferry service which runs between Stony Point in Mornington Peninsula and French Island.
Google's mapping tools are user-friendly, integrates into mapping apps on your phone, and you can use it to track your trip as you travel."
The travel tool can also be used to compare journey times between car, bike and public transport, giving people information on the most efficient way to get somewhere, he said.
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