- How much is a fine for not tapping on myki?
- Do you need to touch off on buses?
- How does 2 hour MYKI work?
- Is Queen Victoria Market in free tram zone?
- What happens if you don’t touch off myki?
- Can you travel without a myki card?
- When should I tap myki?
- Do you touch out on trams?
- What happens if you don’t tap off?
- Can you pay cash on Melbourne trams?
- How much is a daily myki fare?
- Why don’t you need to touch off on trams?
How much is a fine for not tapping on myki?
Passengers travelling without a valid Myki can pay an on-the-spot penalty of $75.
If they fail to do so, they are issued with a $223 infringement notice..
Do you need to touch off on buses?
You need to touch on every time you enter a station, tram or bus to ensure your ticket is valid for travel, even if you have already touched on somewhere else for the particular journey you are undertaking.
How does 2 hour MYKI work?
Two-hour fares on myki have been adjusted to last for exactly two hours. The two-hour fare is still valid for multiple trips as long as you touch on before the expiry time. The daily cap has not changed. Passengers can continue to enjoy unlimited daily travel for a capped price based on the zones they have used.
Is Queen Victoria Market in free tram zone?
The new Free Tram Zone includes the area from Queen Victoria Market, across to Victoria Harbour in Docklands, up to Spring Street and over to Flinders Street Station and Federation Square.
What happens if you don’t touch off myki?
Forgot to touch off? If you don’t touch off on a V/Line commuter service you’ll be charged a default 2 hour peak fare between the zone of touch on and Zone 1. When the conductor checks your myki, they’ll set the default fare to the end of the line you’re travelling on.
Can you travel without a myki card?
You don’t need a myki if you’re only travelling in the city’s Free Tram Zone or on the City Circle Tram.
When should I tap myki?
You must touch on at the myki reader at the start of your journey, unless travelling only in the Free Tram Zone on a tram. However, you only need to touch off if your whole trip is in Zone 2*.
Do you touch out on trams?
Unlike National Rail, Underground and DLR you only need to touch in when using Oyster on buses and trams. This is because there is only one flat fare wherever you go, regardless of whether you travel one stop or the whole length of the route. On buses you touch in as you enter.
What happens if you don’t tap off?
If you do not tap on, you may be fined for travelling without a valid ticket. If you do not tap on but do tap off at the end, you will be charged the default fare. If you tap on at the beginning and then forget to tap off at the end of your trip, you will be charged the default fare for an incomplete trip.
Can you pay cash on Melbourne trams?
For the journeys that need payment, you can buy tickets at newsagents and convenience stores, or from cash machines on the trams.
How much is a daily myki fare?
myki Money Daily fareDailyZone 1 + 2Zone 2Full fare$9.00$6.00Concession$4.50$3.00
Why don’t you need to touch off on trams?
When you travel with myki on a tram you don’t always need to touch off at the end of your journey. That’s because you can now travel from one end of a tram route to the other on a Zone 1 fare. … Less than five per cent of tram trips occur in the Zone 1/2 overlap.