What is Zone 1 and Zone 2 in Melbourne?

What is Zone 1 and Zone 2 in Melbourne?

Melbourne is a large city, so for ticketing purposes it has been divided into two ‘zones’. Zone 1 includes the CBD and the inner suburbs, while Zone 2 encompasses the outer suburbs.

What zone is South Melbourne?

South Melbourne planning zones

Zone Code Zone Name Percentage Covered
C2Z Commercial 2 Zone 6.76%
MUZ Mixed Use Zone 5.51%
GRZ General Residential Zone 4.05%
PUZ Public Use Zone 2.95%

What is free tram Zone Melbourne?

Free tram travel 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.

Where do v Line trains go?

V/Line operates rail services to the regional cities of Ballarat, Bendigo, Geelong, Seymour and Traralgon as well as Ararat, Maryborough, Echuca, Swan Hill, Albury, Bairnsdale, Warrnambool and Shepparton.

How can I find out what Zone my Train is in?

To find out which zone your station or stop is in, go to the station or stop page and view Stop Information. Fares are based on where you travel and your ticket type. Find out more about metropolitan fares. Regional zones determine the myki fares for regional trains and buses.

What are the zones for public transport in Victoria?

Metropolitan zones determine the myki fares for metropolitan train, trams and buses. Metropolitan zones include: Free Tram Zone (applies to tram only)

How to find a tram route in Melbourne?

View or download the metropolitan Melbourne tram network map (PDF) 1.3 MB For interactive maps of metropolitan Melbourne bus routes, search for a stop, address or route number on the Home page. View or download the regional train and coach network map for Northern Victoria (PDF) 119 KB

Where can I find maps of public transport in Melbourne?

Here you can find maps for public transport services across Melbourne and Victoria. High-contrast versions of many of our maps may be suitable for people with a vision impairment. For interactive maps of stations, stops, addresses, route numbers or line names, visit the Home page.

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