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Melbourne Public Transport New timetables arrive 27 July, 2014

From Sunday 27 July, a statewide public transport timetable change will deliver almost 4000 extra train, tram and bus services every week.

What does this mean for you? 


Metropolitan trains
A new timetable on the Cranbourne/Pakenham lines will boost the frequency of train services. The Frankston line will have more services in the morning peak.
More information on metropolitan train timetable changes
Trams
The tram network will be reshaped with a new route 12 and some route changes to simplify the network, add extra services and boost capacity in fast-growing areas of the inner city
More information on metropolitan tram timetable changes
Buses
More than 130 bus routes across Victoria will have new timetables to better connect with trains, boost frequencies and to extend bus services to new areas.

More information on metropolitan and regional bus
timetable changes
Regional trains
All V/Line train lines will have new timetables, with some trains departing earlier or later, and some changes to journey times.

More information on regional train and coach timetable changes 



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