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Visit the new PTV Hub at 750 Collins Street
26 Jul 2013
Public Transport Victoria (PTV) has increased the number of face-to-face touch points in Melbourne’s CBD by opening a second one-stop-shop PTV Hub.
The new PTV Hub is located at 750 Collins Street, Docklands 3008.
The Docklands is a fast growing area of Melbourne, with some 12,000 people coming to work each day and approximately 6500 residents. This new PTV Hub is another information hotspot for all Melburnians, as well as the thousands of people who pass through the Docklands each day.
At the new PTV Hub, customers have a face-to-face customer service experience covering all information about Victoria’s public transport network. First time users are able to purchase and register a myki, download the PTV app, plan their journey and familiarise themselves with the network before using public transport.
All student, concession card and free travel pass application services have transferred from the PTV Hub at Southern Cross Station to the PTV Hub at Collins Street.
You can also get a free on the spot replacement of a non-operational myki at the PTV Hub at 750 Collins Street, as well as any Premium Station.
The balance on your old card will be transferred to the new one as part of the replacement process, but may take up to 24 hours to appear on your new myki depending on your situation.
Getting to the new PTV Hub
Simply take the train to Southern Cross Station and walk approximately 350 metres along Collins Street towards Docklands.
Alternatively, board a tram on routes 31, 48 or 11 to the D15-Batman's Hill/700 Collins St (Docklands) tram stop.
The PTV Hub is open from 8am - 6pm Monday to Friday. Closed public holidays.
You can visit the PTV Hub – 750 Collins Street for:
- lodgement of War Veterans and War Widows Concession Card application forms
- get information about Free Travel Passes applications
- lodgement of VPT Student Concession Card and Student Pass application forms
- buy a full fare myki from the myki machine
- buy a myki Visitor Pack
- register your myki
- learn how to top up your myki with myki money and myki pass at the myki machine (minimum of $1 and maximum of $250)
- get staff to help you with using a myki machine
- lodgement of myki forms
- pick up your free seniors/DSP/CAR myki
- on the spot replacement of non-operational myki cards with full balance
- exchange your myki full fare to concession or vice versa (please note that card balance cannot be transferred on the spot. A refund cheque will be sent to you in the mail)
- find out about the refund and replacement process for myki.
- printed timetables
- public transport brochures
- demonstration of the PTV iPhone app
- information on planning a journey
- general information about using public transport.
The following methods of payment are accepted:
- credit card (Visa and Mastercard)