The Travel Pass is a short-term ticket issued for one, seven or 30 days of travel.
You can use it on:
- all public transport in zones 1 and 2
- regional buses that use myki
- Mornington Peninsula buses.
A Travel Pass can’t be used on V/Line services outside metropolitan Melbourne (zones 1 and 2).
A Travel Pass is issued by:
- a community service organisation or charity, authorised by PTV
- in exchange for a free travel voucher (1 Day Travel Pass ticket only)
- the driver of bus routes 787 or 788 to a customer presenting their Victorian Seniors Card (for a fare of $4.10, 1 Day Travel Pass ticket only).
Conditions of use
- The 1 Day Travel Pass is valid for the day of the month and year that it has been punched.
- The 7 Day Travel Pass is valid for seven days commencing the day of the month and year that it has been punched.
- The 30 Day Travel Pass is valid for 30 days commencing the day of the month and year that it has been punched.
- You can't use a Travel Pass if more than one date is marked, or if the day, month or year is missing.
- You can request your Travel Pass to be validated for a future date, if exchanged before the date of travel.
- If your Travel Pass is validated incorrectly, take it back to the place of issue.
- When passing through a staffed ticket barrier, you need to show your Travel Pass to the barrier attendant.
- When travelling on a bus, you need to show your Travel Pass to the driver.
- You need to carry your Travel Pass with you for your entire journey.
- A lost or stolen Travel Pass can't be replaced.
- The 12-month trial of the 7 Day and 30 Day Travel Pass tickets are part of Public Transport Victoria's ongoing work to make our public transport system simpler and fairer for customers across Victoria.