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The State Government has confirmed some passengers will have to pay extra when trams and buses run late, under the new myki ticketing system.
The additional charges will affect commuters who plan to take two or more trips in a two-hour period and one of those trips is delayed or cancelled.
The Premier, John Brumby, has told Fairfax radio the issue will only affect a small number of commuters.
But he says everyone will save money under the new system.
"The beauty of myki is that it will give you the lowest possible fare," he said.
"What that means, for example, if you're a zone one, if your buying a regular two-hour, ticket at the moment it's $3.70. Under myki in the future, you'll pay $2.94, so that's a very significant reduction."
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