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Now you can download a copy of the same timetable that's
displayed at your tram stop.
Stop specific timetables allow you to print a timetable in the
exact same format seen at all 1700 plus stops on the world's
largest operating tram network.
You'll be able to select the stops you use every day rather than
having to go online or scan across columns in a timetable
book to find what you're looking for.
Due to significantly decreased demand and the rapid
uptake of real-time tramTRACKER, full timetable books are no longer
produced. The books showed only major stops and often became litter
both on-board trams and in the street.
In the final year before production of paper timetable
books ceased there were on average less than 500 requests per
route, meaning much of the stock went to waste when improvements
were made to tram running times.
You've got three options on PTV's tram timetables page:
For individual stop timetables select your route from PTV's
drop-down menu, and enter your direction of travel. Choose your
stop from the list and click "Stop timetable" to display a PDF
which you can then save or print.
If you have friends or family who don't have internet access to
download their own timetable they can contact Public Transport
Victoria on 1800 800 007 (6am to midnight daily)
and request to have one mailed out to them.
Route guides, including a map showing all stops and service
frequencies are also available on-board trams, at PTV Hubs and by calling 1800 800
Tram arrival information is available through tramTRACKER™ on iPhone, mobile internet, voice