Get Involved brings the conversation about public transport planning to you.
This is a place where you can share your ideas and feedback on a range of PTV projects and proposals.
We'll continue to add to this space as projects and proposals are opened for feedback.
To get involved and find out more, click on the project you're interested in discussing.
With more and more passengers accessing the PTV website on the go from mobile devices, we are taking the time to redevelop the website's functions and how it can best meet their needs.
We want you to tell us about how you use public transport and what you want to see on the PTV website.
Learn more about this and provide your feedback online.
Melbourne’s iconic Flinders Street Station is undergoing an upgrade to ensure that this city landmark is protected for current and future generations.
From 11 April 2016, Victoria is conducting its first trial of bike racks on buses, servicing four metropolitan and regional bus routes. Learn more about this 12-month trial and provide your feedback online.
From 1 January 2016, Melbourne's Night Network will get you where you need to be. The Night Network trial includes all-night public transport on weekends, with all night trains and trams, late night buses, and a 2 am coach service to key regional centres.
As this is a significant change to the public transport network in Victoria, PTV is keen to hear about how you might use the Night Network and how it will benefit you.
For general information, see Night Network.
PTV would like your feedback on our proposed changes to Route 530 between Lorne St and Queens Parade, Fawkner.
Currently, Route 530 deviates during off-peak travel times and weekends to provide services to residents in the south-eastern part of Fawkner. We’re proposing to extend this deviation to peak periods.
We’d like your feedback on the three options we’re proposing. Consultation closes Sunday 5 March 2017.
As part of the Hurstbridge Line Upgrade project, Route 343 will be introduced to provide increased public transport coverage between Greensborough and Hurstbridge stations.
Local residents were invited in November 2016 to provide their feedback on the proposed route options. This feedback is currently being considered before the final plan is delivered.
In October 2016, residents of Romsey, Lancefield and the surrounding area were invited to provide feedback about public transport in the area. This feedback is currently being considered before the final plan is delivered.
Additional services for Warrnambool, Shepparton and Maryborough will be delivered. The community was invited to provide feedback on how these services would best meet their travel needs.
Results from the feedback can be viewed by clicking on the below links.
Maryborough Conversation Summary (PDF) 121kB
Maryborough Conversation Summary - accessible version (DOCX) 30.9kB
Shepparton Conversation Summary (PDF) 127kB
Shepparton Conversation Summary - accessible version (DOCX) 32.8kB
Warrnambool Conversation Summary (PDF) 127kB
Warrnambool Conversation Summary - accessible version (DOCX) 32.9kB
In October 2016, PTV consulted with the community on the proposed Caroline Springs bus network upgrade. This feedback is currently being considered before the final plan is delivered.
From 15 to 24 August 2016, residents of Latrobe Valley were invited to provide feedback on plans for a proposed new bus network. This feedback is currently being considered before the final plan is delivered.
In July 2016, residents of Warragul and Drouin were invited to provide feedback on proposed plans for a new bus network. This feedback is currently being considered before the final plan is delivered.