Myki expansion

Victoria’s myki card will rollout will extend to include town services later this month

October 16, 2013

The myki ticketing system will roll out to town bus services in Victoria later this month, when the system begins operating on Wallan and Kilmore services.

Myki will replace two-hour and daily paper tickets purchased on board buses from October 28.

Passengers will be able to connect with a V/Line train to Melbourne, and then onward to suburban areas using a train, tram or bus, according to a statement released by Public Transport Victoria.

Customers touch on and off each time they travel and myki will charge the lowest fare.

They will also be able also buy and top up their card online, at myki machines at V/Line stations, and on board the bus.

Paper tickets will still be available from the bus driver for two weeks after the system starts, but passengers using the town services will need to switch to myki by November 10.

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