How and Where to Buy Transport Tickets

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Melbourne’s automated ticketing system, up until July of 2012, operated on all train, tram and bus services in the metropolitan area, with electronically encoded tickets called Metcards – but now Melbourne has a smartcard fare system, myki, which is a reusable plastic card that stores credit, from which you can pay for your journey. You can buy a myki from: metropolitan premium train stations, 7-Eleven outlets and other retail outlets displaying the myki sign, myki machines located at all train stations, some accessible tram stops and bus interchanges (full fare only), the myki discovery centre at Southern Cross Station, the PTV Hub Swanston Street (corner Swanston and Little Collins Streets, by visiting, or by calling 136 954 (13 myki). Travelling without a valid ticket could lead to a fine.

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