Notification

CBD bus Routes during White Night Melbourne: Saturday 17 February to Sunday, 18 February 2018

Added: 13 February 2018

Bus routes in Melbourne CBD will be affected by service alterations and bus stop closures from approximately 5pm Saturday 17 February to approximately 7.30am Sunday, 18 February, due to road closures for White Night in Melbourne. 

List of affected routes

  • Route 200
  • Route 207
  • Route 216
  • Route 219
  • Route 220
  • Route 232
  • Route 234
  • Route 235
  • Route 236
  • Route 250
  • Route 251
  • Route 302
  • Route 304
  • Route 305
  • Route 402
  • Route 605
  • Route 684
  • Route 905
  • Route 906
  • Route 907
  • Route 908
  • Night Bus Route 941
  • Night Bus Route 942
  • Night Bus Route 944
  • Night Bus Route 945
  • Night Bus Route 951
  • Night Bus Route 952
  • Night Bus Route 955
  • Night Bus Route 961
  • Night Bus Route 966
  • Night Bus Route 969

Bus stop closures and diversions

Routes 216, 219 and 220

Bus Route 216, 219 and 220 will not service stops between St Kilda Road/Park Street and Bourke Street/Lonsdale Street.

Passengers are advised to use the bus stops at:

  • · St Kilda Road/Kingsway (to Caroline Springs/ Sunshine South and Sunshine)
  • · The Western public transport hub at Queen Street/Collins Street (both directions)
  • · St Kilda Road/Toorak Road (to Brighton and Gardenvale)

Routes 232, 234, 235 and 236

Passengers who wish to access bus stops for these routes along the following streets are advised to go to the Western public transport hub on Queen Street (between Bourke and Little Bourke streets):

  • Flinders Street
  • Queen Street
  • Lonsdale Street
  • Russell Street
  • Exhibition Street
  • Spring Street
  • Bourke Street
  • Rathdowne Street
  • St Kilda Road (Arts Centre) and
  • Queensbridge Street

Routes 200, 207, 250, 251 302, 304, 305, 605, 905, 906, 907 and 908

Passengers who wish to access bus stops for these routes along the following streets are advised to go to the Eastern public transport hub on Spring Street east side (facing south between Bourke and Collins streets):

  • Flinders Street
  • Queen Street
  • Lonsdale Street
  • Russell Street
  • Exhibition Street
  • Spring Street
  • Bourke Street
  • Rathdowne Street
  • St Kilda Road (Arts Centre) and
  • Queensbridge Street

Route 402

Bus Route 402 will be diverted via Rathdowne Street, Elgin Street, Nicholson Street and Victoria Parade, from 5pm until the last service.

Bus stops that will not be serviced:

  • Rathdowne Street/Carlton Gardens (to East Melbourne)
  • Rathdowne Street/Exhibition Building (both directions)
  • Rathdowne Street/Victoria Street (both directions)
  • Victoria Street/Carlton Gardens (to East Melbourne)
  • Victoria Street/St Vincent’s Hospital (to Footscray)
  • Rathdowne Street/Melbourne Museum

Passengers to Footscray are advised to use the bus stops at:

  • Victoria Parade/St Vincent’s Hospital
  • Grattan Street/Rathdowne Street

Route 684

The 6.10pm service from Southern Cross will divert via Dudley Street, Peel Street, Victoria Street and St Vincent's Hospital.

Night Bus information

The following Night Bus routes will only depart from the Western public transport hub on Queen Street (between Bourke and Little Bourke streets):

  • Route 941
  • Route 942
  • Route 944
  • Route 945
  • Route 951
  • Route 952

The following Night Bus routes will only depart from the Eastern public transport hub on Spring Street east side (facing south between Bourke and Collins streets):

  • Route 955
  • Route 961
  • Route 966
  • Route 969

Route 907

Route 907 will run all night to supplement Night Bus services. It will continue running at a 30 minute frequency until 6.30am from the Eastern public transport hub on Spring Street.

Click here for more information about public transport for White Night Melbourne.

Additional information

  • To plan your route, use journey planner.
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  • Passengers requiring accessibility information, see Accessible transport.
  • If you need help or a question answered, call us on 1800 800 007.

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Updated 04:22pm, 17th February