What time do Yarra Trams start?
Trams operate in both directions approximately every 20 minutes between 10am and 6pm from Sunday to Wednesday and between 10am and 9pm every Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
What time do trams start in Melbourne?
Trams and Trains Train and tram services run between 5am and midnight, Monday to Thursday. Melbourne has 24 hour public transport on weekends. Trains run hourly and trams every 30 minutes during the weekends across the city.
How long does the Melbourne City Circle tram take?
The City Circle operates at a headway of 12 minutes in both directions, with the service taking approximately 60 minutes to complete a loop. Ten trams are allocated to the service at any one time (five in each direction).
What is the shortest tram route in Melbourne?
The shortest line is: 1. This Tram line begins from 130-The Avenue/Nicholson St (Coburg) and finishes at 135-Bell St/Nicholson St (Coburg). It runs through 2 km with 6 stops. According to Moovit Insights, the most popular lines for Yarra Trams are 12, 6, 67, 58, 109.
Who are the owners of Yarra Trams in Melbourne?
www.yarratrams.com.au. Yarra Trams is the trading name of the tram network in Melbourne, which is owned by VicTrack and leased to Yarra Trams by Public Transport Victoria on behalf of the Government of Victoria. The current franchise is operated by Keolis Downer.
How many tram stops are there in Melbourne?
As at May 2014, Yarra Trams operate 487 trams, across 26 tram routes and a free City Circle tourist tram, over 1,763 tram stops. With 250 km (155.3 mi) of double track, Melbourne’s tram network is the largest in the world.
Do you need a Metcard to ride a Yarra tram?
Yarra Trams run under the Public Transport Victoria banner, as do other operators of public transport franchises in metropolitan Melbourne, and use the myki ticketing system. Metcard tickets have not been accepted on trams since December 2012, and coin-only Metcard ticket machines and validators have been removed.
Where are the trams at Moonee Valley Racecourse?
Catch Route 59 trams to Moonee Valley Racecourse, Royal Children’s Hospital, Royal Melbourne Hospital and Queen Victoria Market.