Melbourne Public Transport.
Melbourne public transport system comprises of train, tram, ferries and bus services stretching across the entire state of Victoria. Melbourne suburban rail network has 15 electric train lines services and one diesel services stretching across the entire Melbourne area. The 15 electric train lines and Frankston to Stony Point Diesel service are operated by a company called Metro Melbourne. Yarra trams are the operator of the Melbourne tram/light rail network. Melbourne has one of the world's most extensive tram networks and Melbourne tram network is third largest tram network in the world with an amazing 245 kilometres of double track and trams network provide convenient and frequent travel through Melbourne's inner suburbs. Melbourne's public transport buses are operated by a number of private bus companies which operate under the Metlink banner. Metlink buses serve suburbs distant from rail lines, services to and from the city and provide inter-suburb services.Unlike many major cities in the world, Victoria and Melbourne has an integrated public transport ticketing system called myki. Melbourne integrated public transport ticketing system allows a user travel on all metropolitan public transport services and also some country services, please note metcards are not valid on Melbourne Ferries services and most V/Line services require V/Line, if a user has Melbourne on their V/Line ticket they also get zones 1 and 2 on their ticket include at no change. Most public transport tickets systems in Victoria will be replace later this year, the new ticket system will be called MYKI(My key). Victoria and Melbourne public transport companies are mostly run by run by private operators under franchises from the State Government. Victoria and Melbourne public transport and road network Victoria and Melbourne are served with a robust public transportation network, which includes a public transport system and road network.
Victoria and Melbourne road network
Victoria and Melbourne road network contains different types of roads, they are the following: freeways, tollways, highways and local streets. Melbourne tollways roads system is based on electrically e-tag system. Person using Citylink will need an e-tag or an account with city link to use the tollway. There is option of a day pass; this allows a user to use tollway for the day. Note there are no coin toll booths on Melbourne tollways network at all. Melbtrip is Your Guide to Melbourne's public transport and road networks. Information on this website contains the following on: train, tram and bus services and road networks throughout across Melbourne metropolitan area and country Victoria. You have any problems with site please contact me only at Contact Email Website disclaimer