Latest service changes
Animals, bikes, surfboards and prams
Using trams in Melbourne summer
Heating on trams in Melbourne winter
Using accessible stops
Making your accessible journey
For our new users
City Circle Tram
On-the-spot Penalty Fares
Driving with trams
Facts & figures
International Customer Service Standards
Trams in Melbourne
Customer Charter and codes
Social media at Yarra Trams
Working around Yarra Trams infrastructure
Melbourne Art Trams
The E-Class tram has arrived on Route 86
Tram travel in extreme weather
Filming and photography
International White Cane Day raises awareness of the issues of
people with low vision, and as part of this year's event Vision
Australia organised for a number of their low vision clients to
visit Southbank tram depot and familiarise themselves with boarding
and exiting trams.
Being able to practice alighting and exiting trams in a depot
environment is important as it gives the low vision cilents the
abilitiy to practice and explore the tram without worrying about it
starting and stopping or inconveniencing other passengers.
Yarra Trams partners with a number of community groups to
provide access to trams at depots for passengers with mobility
issues or special needs to familiarise themselves with using trams.
Yarra Trams also supports guide and hearing dog training
An accessibility guide has recently been developed to assist
passengers with special needs. The guide is available as a full
colour brochure, a large text document and as a video. For more
information visit our Accessibility section.
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