- Do you need a myki card for free trams?
- When should I tap myki?
- Can I put my Opal card on my Iphone?
- How much is the fine for not having a myki?
- Do I need to touch on and off with myki pass?
- Is MYKI free before 7am?
- Can a ticket inspectors wake you up?
- What happens if you don’t tap off?
- How long does it take to get a myki fine?
- What happens if you tap on and off at the same station?
- Do you tap off with your credit card?
- What happens if I don’t touch off myki?
- Do you need to touch off on trams?
- What happens if you don’t tap off the bus?
- How much is fine for no train ticket?
Do you need a myki card for free trams?
Authorised by Transport for Victoria, 1 Spring Street, Melbourne.
Don’t touch on or off if you’re just travelling in the city’s Free Tram Zone.
You don’t need a myki card..
When should I tap myki?
You must touch on at the myki reader at the start of your journey, unless travelling only in the Free Tram Zone on a tram. However, you only need to touch off if your whole trip is in Zone 2*.
Can I put my Opal card on my Iphone?
You just need a registered Opal card, and Siri enabled on your iOS 12 and above mobile device, or Apple WatchOS 5.0+.
How much is the fine for not having a myki?
Passengers travelling without a valid Myki can pay an on-the-spot penalty of $75. If they fail to do so, they are issued with a $223 infringement notice.
Do I need to touch on and off with myki pass?
Myki users must still touch on and off where required, but the Myki system will not charge anything over and above the fare already deducted.
Is MYKI free before 7am?
Your metropolitan train journey is free if you touch on and off before 7.15am on a weekday. Your journey won’t be free if your myki balance is negative.
Can a ticket inspectors wake you up?
To most inspectors, it will just look like you innocently fell asleep with your ticket in your hand, ready to show, and they will move on immediately. If it is a particularly feisty inspector they might try and wake you up by banging on the window or the table in front of you.
What happens if you don’t tap off?
If you do not tap on, you may be fined for travelling without a valid ticket. If you do not tap on but do tap off at the end, you will be charged the default fare. If you tap on at the beginning and then forget to tap off at the end of your trip, you will be charged the default fare for an incomplete trip.
How long does it take to get a myki fine?
If you were recently reported for an offence by an Authorised Officer, please allow approximately four to six weeks from the offence date to receive an Infringement Notice in the mail.
What happens if you tap on and off at the same station?
Nope, you’re charged the minimum fare. However, if you tap on, and then return and tap off within 30 minutes of tapping on at the same wharf or station, it will be free as it will be considered a tap on reversal.
Do you tap off with your credit card?
Contactless is a quick and easy way to pay for your trip on public transport on the Opal network. If you have an American Express, Mastercard or Visa credit or debit card or a linked device, you can use it to pay for your travel by tapping on and tapping off at Opal readers. … Find out more about paying the right fare.
What happens if I don’t touch off myki?
Forgot to touch off? If you don’t touch off on a V/Line commuter service you’ll be charged a default 2 hour peak fare between the zone of touch on and Zone 1. When the conductor checks your myki, they’ll set the default fare to the end of the line you’re travelling on.
Do you need to touch off on trams?
The default fare on trams is a Zone 1, 2-hour fare. This is the appropriate fare for almost all tram trips. You don’t need to touch-off. The only exception is if your trip is within the zone 1/2 overlap (on routes 86, 109 or 75) and you specifically want the cheaper zone 2 fare.
What happens if you don’t tap off the bus?
What happens if I forget to tap off? You will be charged the single fare to the end of the route, so always remember to tap off in order to pay the correct fare.
How much is fine for no train ticket?
You’ll need a valid ticket or a Permit to Travel for your entire journey before you go, otherwise you could have to pay a penalty fare. The amount of the Penalty Fare is £20 or twice the full single fare applicable, whichever is the greater to the next station stop.