Where do trams run in Melbourne?

Trams run along Flinders Street, Harbour Esplanade, Docklands Drive, La Trobe Street and Spring Street. A complete circle takes around an hour. Trams run in both directions every 12 minutes from 10am to 6pm Sunday to Wednesday, and 10am to 9pm Thursday to Saturday (except Christmas Day and Good Friday).

How many tram depots are there in Melbourne?

Trams on the Melbourne network are based out of eight depots: Brunswick, Camberwell, Essendon, Glenhuntly, Kew, Malvern, Preston and Southbank. Additional storage is available at the former North Fitzroy and Hawthorn depots, as well as the Preston Workshops.

Are trams running in Melbourne?

Tram services are running as normal.

How many depots does Yarra Trams have?

2,200+ employees including 1,200+ drivers. Approximately 1,700 tram stops, including 420+ that are accessible. 9 depots across Melbourne.

Who has the largest tram network in the world?

Melbourne’s tram network, with 250 kilometers of track (155 miles), is already the largest in the world.

Is Melbourne the only city with trams?

Trams in Australia are now used public transport only in Melbourne, and to a much lesser extent, Adelaide and Bendigo. Most Australian cities however used to have extensive tram networks however these networks were largely dismantled during the 1950s and 1960’s.

Where is the free tram zone in Melbourne?

The city’s Free Tram Zone extends from Queen Victoria Market to Docklands, Spring Street, Flinders Street Station and Federation Square. Travel on the City Circle Tram is also free. Hop on and off the historic trams as often as you like.

What time trams start in Melbourne?

Trams and Trains Train and tram services run between 5am and midnight, Monday to Thursday. Melbourne has 24 hour public transport on weekends. Trains run hourly and trams every 30 minutes during the weekends across the city.