Glenhuntly and Truganini road track and overhead upgrade
Construction of new platform stops on St Kilda Rd - 11 June to early August 2015
Tram routes changed, abolished in shake-up to ease congestion
Moonee Ponds tram upgrade project
New accessible tram stop for Route 1 & 8 passengers
Toorak Terminus tram upgrade project
Record tram performance in 2014
May 2015 performance results
Your new Jolimont/MCG tram stop
Melbourne is growing, and so are we. From 1 May, we're introducing Route 58 from West Coburg to Toorak and extending Route 6 from Moreland to Glen Iris via Melbourne University. We're updating our tram timetables to meet the city's future needs.
New Route 58 from West Coburg to Toorak
Route 58 merges routes 8 and 55 to improve services to meet high demand in the city's inner west and north-west. Route 58 delivers low-floor trams to the Parkville hospital precinct and Melbourne Zoo for the first time.
Keeping Melbourne moving
Extended Route 6 from Moreland to Glen Iris
The new Route 58 has enabled Route 6 to be extended from Moreland to Glen Iris via Melbourne University. Train connections include Prahran Station and Armadale Station. Key destinations include:
Updated tram timetables
Tram patronage has grown by 7.6 per cent in the past year, with more than 200 million trips taken across Melbourne's tram network. The new timetables provide more capacity where it is needed most, particularly during peak times.
Journey times have been updated to reflect increasing congestion on Melbourne's roads (75 per cent of the tram network is on shared roads). Tram frequency information has been improved to help you plan your journey.
From 1 May 2017, check your new timetable:
For more information visit ptv.vic.gov.au/trams or call 1800 800 007 6am - midnight (all night Friday & Saturday)
This article first appeared on www.yarratrams.com.au
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