Metropolitan myki fares 2015

Fares effective from 1 January 2015.
Fares inclusive of Commonwealth Government GST.

Also see Regional fares.

 

myki money

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myki money 2 hour fare table

2 hour

Zone 1

Zone 2

Zone 1+2

Full Fare $3.76 $2.60 $3.76
Concession $1.88 $1.30 $1.88

 

myki money Daily fare table

Daily

Zone 1

Zone 2

Zone 1+2

Full Fare $7.52 $5.20 $7.52
Concession $3.76 $2.60 $3.76

 

myki Daily fare caps

Other ticket / caps

Zone 1+2

Weekend Daily Cap $6.00
Public Holiday Cap $6.00
Seniors Daily cap* $3.76

* Seniors Daily cap - Seniors myki cardholders never pay more than $3.76 for unlimited travel in Zones 1 and 2. Seniors also receive free travel on Saturdays and Sundays for trips entirely within one or two consecutive zones (including within Zones 1 and 2) and on regional town bus services.

Early Bird train travel

Touch on and off at train stations on Melbourne’s electrified train network before 7am on a weekday and automatically receive the free Early Bird fare

myki Pass

For more information, see myki Pass

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* All 325 - 365 day passes are the same cost as a 325 day pass and includes up to 40 days free

* If a myki pass fare is shown as, or is calculated to be, an amount ending in a multiple of one cent, the amount may be rounded up to the next 10 cents at the point of sale. In that case, the rounded amount becomes the fare.

* From 1 January 2015, travel on trains, trams and buses in Zone 1+2 will now be the price of a Zone 1 fare. All Zone 1 passes are now sold as Zone 1+2 passes at no extra cost. If you travel wholly in Zone 2, you can continue to purchase a Zone 2 only pass

For more information, see myki pass.

Weekly 7 day myki pass fare table

Weekly rate 7 day Pass

Zone 1*

Zone 2

Zone 1+2

Full Fare - $26.00 $37.60
Concession - $13.00 $18.80

* From January 1, 2015 Zone 1 passes will now be sold as Zone 1+2 at no extra cost.

Daily rate for 28-365**day myki pass

Daily rate for 28-365** day pass

Zone 1

Zone 2

Zone 1+2

Full Fare - $3.06 $4.62
Concession - $1.53 $2.31

* From January 1, 2015 Zone 1 passes will now be sold as Zone 1+2 at no extra cost.

** Multiply this daily rate by the number of days required to calculate the myki pass cost. When you buy a myki pass for 326-365 days you only pay for 325 days, receiving up to 40 days free

Seniors travel

Victorian Seniors Card holders can travel using a seniors myki which entitles you to concession fares on all myki-enabled services during the week, and free travel on Saturdays and Sundays in two consecutive zones on buses on the Mornington Peninsula and in metropolitan Melbourne (Zones 1 and 2).

If you are travelling on bus routes 782/783 or 787/788 and making a return trip across three or more zones in one day, seniors on the Mornington Peninsula can buy a Seniors Day Pass from the bus driver for $3.80. Seniors travelling with Day Pass should not touch on their myki.

The Day Pass is a paper ticket that is valid for one day’s unlimited travel between Zone 3 or 4 on the Mornington Peninsula and into Zone 1 in Melbourne.
For all single zone or two zone trips, or where no return travel that day is required, seniors should use their myki to travel. Simply touch on and off your myki as you board and exit the bus to pay the lowest fare.

Using a Day Pass

When travelling with a Day Pass, you must show it to the bus driver when boarding, to train station staff to gain entry or exit from a gated station, or to an Authorised Officer when requested. Please note that Day Passes cannot be used to travel on any other day, other than the date specified.

Reimbursements

If you accidently touch on your myki, or have already used your myki for travel on a day, you should continue to use your myki for all travel on that day. You will automatically be reimbursed within a few days for any amount spent over $3.76 for travel on Mornington Peninsula buses and Melbourne’s trains, trams and buses. You should not buy a Day Pass after touching on a myki, as no refunds are available for Day Passes.

Please note that you should ensure your myki has enough credit to cover your travel (this may be up to $10 for the day), and top up at the first opportunity if necessary. If you experience problems with the reimbursement you should contact the PTV call centre on 1800 800 007 (6am to midnight daily).

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Default fares

For more information, see Default fares.

2 hour Default fare table

Train

Full fare

2 hour Zone 1 and 2 $3.76

Concession

2 hour Zone 1 and 2 $1.88

Tram

Full fare

2 hour Zone 1 $3.76

Concession

2 hour Zone 1 $1.88

Bus

Full fare

2 hour myki money fare between where a customer boards and the zone at the end of the service. All zones between and including the zone where the customer touches on and the zone at the end of the service.

Concession

Student concessions

For more information, see students

VPT Student Concession Card fare table
2015 Yearly Victorian Public Transport Student Concession Card For primary, secondary and tertiary students. Valid from 1 January 2015 until 28 February 2016 $9
2015 1st Half Yearly Victorian Public Transport Student Concession Card For tertiary students only attending a course for 10 - 20 weeks. Valid from 1 January 2015 until 31 July 2015 $9
2015 2nd Half Yearly Victorian Public Transport Student Concession Card For tertiary students only attending a course for 10 - 20 weeks. Valid from 1 July 2015 until 28 February 2016 $9

 

Victorian Student Pass fare table
Pass type
Valid  Cost
First half year 1 January 2015 - 31 July 2015 $274.00
Second half year 1 July 2015 - 28 February 2016 $274.00
Yearly 1 January 2015 - 28 February 2016 $525.00