- Do I need to touch off myki on tram?
- Do you touch out on trams?
- How much does a tram ride cost in Melbourne?
- Can you travel in Melbourne without myki?
- Is MYKI free before 7am?
- What happens if I forget to touch on myki?
- How much is a daily fare on myki?
- Do I need to touch off on trams?
- Do I need MYKI for free tram?
- Which trams are free in Melbourne?
- How does 2 hour MYKI work?
- Is myki pass cheaper?
Do I need to touch off myki on tram?
When you travel with myki on a tram you don’t always need to touch off at the end of your journey.
That’s because you can now travel from one end of a tram route to the other on a Zone 1 fare.
But for most of us, it means never having to touch off when you leave the tram and you still receive the lowest fare..
Do you touch out on trams?
Unlike National Rail, Underground and DLR you only need to touch in when using Oyster on buses and trams. This is because there is only one flat fare wherever you go, regardless of whether you travel one stop or the whole length of the route. On buses you touch in as you enter.
How much does a tram ride cost in Melbourne?
Default faresModeFare typeDefault fareTrainConcession$2.25TramFull fare$4.50Concession$2.25BusFull fareAll zones between and including the zone where the customer touches on and the zone at the end of the service.2 more rows
Can you travel in Melbourne without myki?
You’ll need either a myki or paper ticket to travel on public transport in Melbourne and regional Victoria.
Is MYKI free before 7am?
Your metropolitan train journey is free if you touch on and off before 7.15am on a weekday. Your journey won’t be free if your myki balance is negative.
What happens if I forget to touch on myki?
Forgot to touch off? If you don’t touch off on a V/Line commuter service you’ll be charged a default 2 hour peak fare between the zone of touch on and Zone 1. When the conductor checks your myki, they’ll set the default fare to the end of the line you’re travelling on.
How much is a daily fare on myki?
Zone 1, 2 and 1+2 fares overviewmyki Money20202 hourDailyFull fareFull fareZone 1$4.50$9.00Zone 2$3.00$6.001 more row•Dec 20, 2019
Do I need to touch off on trams?
The default fare on trams is a Zone 1, 2-hour fare. This is the appropriate fare for almost all tram trips. You don’t need to touch-off. The only exception is if your trip is within the zone 1/2 overlap (on routes 86, 109 or 75) and you specifically want the cheaper zone 2 fare.
Do I need MYKI for free tram?
Authorised by Transport for Victoria, 1 Spring Street, Melbourne. Don’t touch on or off if you’re just travelling in the city’s Free Tram Zone. You don’t need a myki card.
Which trams are free in Melbourne?
The city’s Free Tram Zone extends from Queen Victoria Market to Docklands, Spring Street, Flinders Street Station and Federation Square. Travel on the City Circle Tram is also free. Hop on and off the historic trams as often as you like.
How does 2 hour MYKI work?
Two-hour fares on myki have been adjusted to last for exactly two hours. The two-hour fare is still valid for multiple trips as long as you touch on before the expiry time. The daily cap has not changed. Passengers can continue to enjoy unlimited daily travel for a capped price based on the zones they have used.
Is myki pass cheaper?
myki money, travelling every day. You would do well to consider myki pass, and save yourself almost $55 in the process. So to sum up, myki pass is probably the best option for the majority of people. myki money is more flexible if you don’t travel every day, but even then a pass might be worthwhile.