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Your guide to the new accessible tram zones

Your guide to the new accessible tram zones

PEDESTRIANS Waiting for trams • Stay behind the yellow line at all times until your tram has arrived and its doors have opened. Getting off trams • Move immediately across the yellow line and off the elevated road.



Need assistance getting on trams? • If you need help with getting on a tram, wait behind the yellow line at the front of the stop and signal the driver.

BIKE RIDERS Tram stops, riders stop. • As trams arrive, slow down and make a complete stop keeping clear from tram doors.

The new tram zones in Swanston Street feature a new elevated road for cyclists. It is a road without vehicles and safety rules still apply to everyone.

No trams • Riders to be cautious of waiting passengers. Franklin St

A clearly marked yellow line separates pedestrians from cyclists. Like other roads with tram routes, when trams arrive, cyclists must stop and allow commuters to get on and off trams.

A’Beckett St

Lt La Trobe St

La Trobe St

Lt Lonsdale St

Lonsdale St

Lt Bourke St

Collins St

Russell Street

Lt Collins St

Swanston St

Elizabeth Street

Bourke St



Flinders St

How to contact us Online: Telephone: 03 9658 9658 7.30am to 6pm, Monday to Friday (public holidays excluded) Translation services

National Relay Service: If you are deaf, hearing impaired or speech-impaired, call us via the National Relay Service: Teletypewriter (TTY) users phone 1300 555 727 then ask for 03 9658 9658 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday (Public holidays excluded) In person: Melbourne Town Hall Administration Building 120 Swanston Street, Melbourne 7.30am to 5pm, Monday to Friday (Public holidays excluded) In writing: City of Melbourne GPO Box 1603 Melbourne VIC 3001 Australia Fax: 03 9654 4854

Swanston Street Accessible Stops  

Guide produced by City of Melbourne

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