Latest Service Changes
Animals, Bikes, Surfboards and Prams
Using Trams in Melbourne Summer
Heating on Trams in Melbourne Winter
Using Accessible Stops
Making Your Journey Accessible
New Tram Users
City Circle Tram
On-the-Spot Penalty Fares
Driving with Trams
Facts & Figures
Trams in Melbourne
Customer Charter and Codes
Social Media at Yarra Trams
Working Around Yarra Trams Infrastructure
Royal Melbourne Show 2017
Melbourne Art Trams
Arrival of the E-Class Tram on Route 86
Tram Travel in Extreme Weather
Filming and Photography
When you travel with myki on a tram you don't always need to
touch off at the end of your journey.
That's because you can now travel from one end of a tram route
to the other on a Zone 1 fare.
On three tram routes - 75, 86 and 109 - the ends of the line
furthest from the city have a short Zone 2 section (which overlaps
with Zone 1).
If your tram trip is entirely in Zone 2 you must touch on and
touch off to get the lower Zone 2 fare, otherwise there is
no need to touch off on a tram.
Less than five per cent of tram trips occur in the Zone 1/2
Yarra Trams network map shows the areas where the zone overlaps
But for most of us, it means never having to touch off when you
leave the tram and you still receive the lowest fare.
For more information on myki visit myki.com.au or call Public Transport Victoria
on 1800 800 007 (6am to midnight daily)