Night Network - all night public transport on weekends

This weekend Night Network will get you where you need to be. The Night Network trial includes all night public transport on weekends, with all night metropolitan trains and trams, late night buses, and a 2am coach service to key regional centres.

The Night Network trial provides late night public transport options for the thousands of people who go out at night on weekends, as well as shift workers who may currently have limited means of getting to and from work on public transport.

The Night Network trial has been designed to provide over 70 per cent of Melburnians with an all night train, tram or bus within one kilometre of their home, so that there is the best chance possible to properly assess the success of all night transport on weekends. Plus regional Victorians along the Ballarat, Bendigo, Geelong, Seymour and Traralgon lines will have access to a 2am coach service.

The trial will be closely monitored to help review and adjust the services accordingly. If successful, all night weekend public transport may be modified or expanded in the future.

For more information on the Night Network, download a copy of the fact sheets and maps (including accessible versions), or view the frequently asked questions for the Night Network trial.

Alternatively, visit the Night Network page on the PTV website for local area transport summaries.

As this is a significant change to the public transport network in Victoria, PTV is keen to hear about how you might use the Night Network and how it will benefit you.

To have your say, please complete one of the short online surveys about Night Network below.

This weekend Night Network will get you where you need to be. The Night Network trial includes all night public transport on weekends, with all night metropolitan trains and trams, late night buses, and a 2am coach service to key regional centres.

The Night Network trial provides late night public transport options for the thousands of people who go out at night on weekends, as well as shift workers who may currently have limited means of getting to and from work on public transport.

The Night Network trial has been designed to provide over 70 per cent of Melburnians with an all night train, tram or bus within one kilometre of their home, so that there is the best chance possible to properly assess the success of all night transport on weekends. Plus regional Victorians along the Ballarat, Bendigo, Geelong, Seymour and Traralgon lines will have access to a 2am coach service.

The trial will be closely monitored to help review and adjust the services accordingly. If successful, all night weekend public transport may be modified or expanded in the future.

For more information on the Night Network, download a copy of the fact sheets and maps (including accessible versions), or view the frequently asked questions for the Night Network trial.

Alternatively, visit the Night Network page on the PTV website for local area transport summaries.

As this is a significant change to the public transport network in Victoria, PTV is keen to hear about how you might use the Night Network and how it will benefit you.

To have your say, please complete one of the short online surveys about Night Network below.

Survey for individuals: Weekend night travel

PTV wants to know about your experiences with the new Night Network.



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