New Bus Interchange to open at Northland Shopping Centre

New Bus Interchange to open at Northland Shopping Centre

Effective from Monday, 28 April 2014

 

Due to the redevelopment of Northland Shopping Centre, all bus services are relocating from the existing bus interchange to the new bus interchange from first service on
Monday, 28 April 2014.

 

The new bus interchange is located adjacent to Murray Road, approximately 300 metres south of the existing bus interchange.

 

 

 

 

Routes 732, 736, 738, 740 & 765

Effective from Monday 27th January.

New timetables for routes 732,736,738,740 & 765 will commence.

NOTE: As this is a public holiday route 740 will not operate, however, these other routes will operate a Saturday timetable.

 

To check the new timetable, call 1800 800 007 or visit ptv.vic.gov.au

To download these updated timetables please use the links below for the individual routes and select the .pdf file for the 27th January.

Route 732 Click here

Route 736 Click here

Route 738 Click here

Route 740 Click here

Route 765 Click here

 

It is expected that the new bus area at Mitcham Railway Station for routes 736, 738, 740 & 765 will be in operation on this date and these routes will operate from the bus bays located on the south side of the station in Calcutta Street.

 

 

Deleted Pakenham – Route 924

Effective Monday 27th January 2014

This service will no longer operate along Honeyeater Way, Sandalwood Drive and Clifford Drive.

A modified 928 bus route and timetable will continue to operate along Webster Way between Pakenham Station and Cardinia Road Station.

For more details please read the Route 928 Customer bulletin.

To check the new timetable, call 1800 800 007 or visit ptv.vic.gov.au to print your new timetable.

A printed timetable will be available in the coming weeks.

Modified Pakenham – Route 926

Route 926 service alteration

Effective Monday 27th January 2014

A modified 926 bus route will operate between Pakenham Station and Cardinia Road Station.

The bus will travel along John Street, Princes Highway, McGregor Road, Duncan Drive, Princes Highway, Lakeside Boulevard, Shearwater Drive, Melaleuca Place and The Parkway

This change has been made to provide improved passenger safety by avoiding McGregor Road and Bald Hill Road railway crossings.

Service running times will also be greatly improved.

To check the new timetable, call 1800 800 007 or visit ptv.vic.gov.au to print your new timetable.

A printed timetable will be available in the coming weeks.

Modified Pakenham – Route 928

Effective Monday 27th January 2014

A modified 928 bus route and timetable will operate between Pakenham Station and Cardinia Road Station by combining the 924 and the 928.

The bus will travel along Railway Avenue, Racecourse Road, Bald Hill Road, Webster Way, Heritage Boulevard, Overland Rise, Livingstone Boulevard, Henry Lawson Drive, Henry Road and Village Way.

This change has been made to provide improved passenger safety and better service coverage to new estates south of the railway line along with more opportunities to connect with City trains.

To check the new timetable, call 1800 800 007 or visit ptv.vic.gov.au to print your new timetable.

A new printed timetable will be available in the coming weeks.

WHAT YOU SAY MATTERS

What you say matters

A new online anti-racism resource

This morning, the Australian Human Rights Commission launched a new online anti-racism resource, What you say matters, to educate and engage young people about racism and to empower them to respond safely when they experience or witness racism.

The resource has been developed after extensive consultation with young people. It includes a hip-hop video clip and online educational content, and is designed to encourage 14-17 year olds to reflect and to act safely in response to incidences of racism at school, in their peer group, sports club or communities. The music video clip features Indigenous hip hop artist Brothablack and was created with the participation of students from James Meehan High School in south western Sydney

What you say matters seeks to answer the key questions that young people we surveyed told us they wanted more information about:

  • What is racism?
  • Why are people racist?
  • Who experiences racism?
  • Where does racism happen?
  • Why is racism a problem?
  • What can you do?
  • What does the law say?

Visit http://itstopswithme.humanrights.gov.au/whatyousaymatters

SALE & TOP-UP OF MYKI PASSES TO COMMENCE ON BUSES

Sale and top-up of myki cards to commence on metropolitan buses

Effective Monday, 27 May 2013

From Monday, 27 May 2013 the sale and top up of myki cards will commence on metropolitan buses including the Mornington Peninsula.

Bus drivers will sell and top up myki cards (Full Fare,Concession, Child and Seniors) via the bus driver console.

  • A Full Fare myki costs $6.
  • A Concession, Child or Senior’s myki pass costs $3.

If you purchases a myki on board the bus for immediate travel you must also top-up with myki money at the same time. Your driver will inform you that you then need to touch on your myki for that trip. You must purchase or top up your myki pass with cash. The minimum top up is $1 and the maximum top up is $20. EFTPOS or credit cards are not accepted for top-up on-board buses.

Please see the following memo from PTV for more details.

Copy of (DOC-13-103228) — Staff Advisory 2013-19 Sale and top up of myki cards to commence on Metropolitan Buses

GUIDELINES FOR CUSTOMERS WITH WHEELCHAIRS OR MOTORISED SCOOTERS

Guidelines for customers with wheelchairs or motorised scooters

Please see the following guidance note for details on Ventura’s policy regarding safe travel for customers with wheelchairs or motorised scooters.

Wheelchair and scooter guidelines (2)

Public Transport fare increases.

Effective Wednesday 1st January 2014

Myki, V/Line and regional town bus fares have risen.


For more information visit ptv.vic.gov.au

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