PTV has digital products available to both passengers and developers.
This includes, mobile apps, datasets, passenger information displays, network status boards, social media profiles and of course, this website.
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PTV has three free mobile apps available to download from the Google Play and Apple stores. For more information including user guides, see Mobile apps.
As part of a commitment to open data, PTV has shared many of its datasets publically via the DataVic website. For more information, see Datasets.
Passenger Information Displays (PIDs)
Electronic Passenger Information Displays (PIDs) can be found at most train stations, major bus interchanges and tram stops. These displays provide departure information and important notifications for passengers waiting for services.
PTV is responsible for all PIDs across the network while management of these is taken care of by individual operators.
Network status boards
Network status boards display the status of the train network and can be found at all stations along the Frankston line, the PTV Hub at Southern Cross Station, and the Metro, Yarra Trams, V/Line and PTV operations centres.
The information on the network status boards is also shown on the PTV website, with more detail for all modes, on the Live travel updates page.
PTV has a presence on the following social media platforms: LinkedIn, Twitter, YouTube and Facebook (Night Network only). For information on our social media profiles and profiles of all our operators, see Social media.
Real time information
Real time information is available for metropolitan trains, trams, all metropolitan buses and buses in Bendigo. For more information, see Real time information
Sometimes we need to restrict access to the PTV and/or mymyki websites for maintenance. We'll let you know when that's happening at, Digital maintenance.