Sunday, 26 January 2014

New Public Transport Timetables - 26 January 2014

Beginning Sunday, 26 January 2014

New public transport timetables will begin with:
  • tram on Sunday 26 January
  • train, bus and V/Line on Monday 27 January.
Plan ahead, remember to check timetables and journey planner before you travel.

Sunday 26 January

On Australia Day, Sunday 26 January, public transport will run to a normal Sunday timetable with extra services for the Australian Open men's final at Melbourne Park, the Avicii concert at Melbourne Showgrounds and the fireworks display at Docklands.
  Public transport over the Australia Day long weekend
A new tram timetable will begin on Sunday 26 January.

New tram timetable

The new tram timetable delivers more than 1,200 extra trams to Docklands with the extension of Route 75 and 26 extra peak services on Route 11 on weekdays.
  New timetable delivers more than 1,200 extra trams to Docklands: effective from Sunday 26 January

Monday 27 January

On the Australia Day public holiday, Monday 27 January, trains, trams and most buses will run to a Saturday timetable.
  Public transport on the Australia Day public holiday: Monday, 27 January 2014
New train, bus and V/Line timetables will begin on Monday 27 January.

New metropolitan train timetable

The following train lines will have a new timetable with some minor changes:
  • South Morang
  • Hurstbridge
  • Dandenong / Pakenham / Cranbourne
  • Ballarat
  • Bendigo
  • Seymour / Shepparton
  • Geelong
  • Traralgon

New metropolitan and regional bus timetables

The new metropolitan and regional bus timetables include changes for bus routes in 25 areas across the state.
  New timetables and route changes for metropolitan and regional bus routes from 27 - 28 January 2014

New V/Line timetable

The new V/Line timetable includes minor timetable changes on some lines.

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