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What suburbs are in Zone 2 Melbourne?

Melbourne’s Transport Zones

  • Free Tram Zone spans much of the Melbourne CBD.
  • Zone 1 covers the city center and some suburbs in the outskirts of the city.
  • Zone 2 covers the suburbs farther away from the city center including Werribee and Frankston.

How does myki 2 hour fare work?

2 hour myki Money fare If you first touch on after 6pm, you can travel until 3am the next day – that’s up to nine hours for the price of two.

What zone is Melbourne train?

Fare types Metropolitan Melbourne is divided into two zones. Zone 1 includes all inner city suburbs and Zone 2 covers the suburbs further out. Travel across Zone 1 and 2 is included in the cost of your fare. Train travel completed before 7.15am on a weekday is free.

What zone is Springvale?

Springvale planning zones

Zone Code Zone Name Percentage Covered
GRZ General Residential Zone 43.16%
PUZ Public Use Zone 18.15%
IN1Z Industrial 1 Zone 12.04%
SUZ Special Use Zone 9.44%

What zone is Fitzroy?

The waters surrounding Fitzroy Island are Conservation Park (Yellow) Zone.

What zone is bundoora?

Bundoora RMIT – Waterfront City Free tram zone covers stops D11 to 11, fare zone 1 applies from stop 12 to 71.

What zone is Wyndham Vale?

Regional zones determine myki fares for regional trains and buses. Here you can find out which myki zone your regional station or town bus is in….List of regional stations with myki zones.

Station name Zone or zones
Wyndham Vale 2
Yarragon 8

What is the free tram zone 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.

What are the zones for public transport in Melbourne?

Zones 3 to 13 the zone boundary overlap between any two consecutive zones. To find out which zone your station or stop is in, visit Regional myki zones. Fares are based on the number of zones you travel through, whether the travel is to or from Melbourne, and the ticket type.

How are public transport fares determined in Melbourne?

The fare you pay is determined by: where you travel, including the zones you travel through if you’re using myki Find out more about fares in metropolitan Melbourne. Find out more about fares in regional Victoria.

What do you need to know about Melbourne metropolitan area?

We define the metropolitan area as Melbourne and its suburbs. The zones you travel in and ticket type determines the fare you pay. You’ll need a myki for your journey. If you use a myki Pass, you’ll need to choose the zones you want to travel in and the number of consecutive days you need when you buy it.

Are there any free public transportation in Melbourne?

The free City Circle tram goes around the Central Business District, including Docklands while travel on other trams (but not buses or the railway City Loop) is now free within in Melbourne’s CBD. All railway station platforms are accessible by either ramps or lifts – sometimes both.