- Is there a daily cap on myki?
- Are ticket inspectors allowed to wake you up?
- How Much Is yearly myki?
- What is the fine for not touching on myki?
- Can myki inspectors touch you?
- Do you touch out on trams?
- How much is a myki?
- Why don’t you need to touch off on trams?
- How much is a 2 hour myki fare?
- What is daily cap?
- How long does a myki fare last?
- Do I need to touch on and off with myki pass?
- Can you walk away from ticket inspectors?
- Can ticket inspectors check bank card?
- What happens if you dont tap off?
Is there a daily cap on myki?
Weekend fares On weekends and public holidays, your daily myki Money fare is capped at $6.40 (half price for concessions).
You can enjoy all-day unlimited travel in Zone 1+2.
Some customers are eligible for free weekend travel.
Find out more at Concessions and free travel..
Are ticket inspectors allowed to wake you up?
To most inspectors, it will just look like you innocently fell asleep with your ticket in your hand, ready to show, and they will move on immediately. If it is a particularly feisty inspector they might try and wake you up by banging on the window or the table in front of you.
How Much Is yearly myki?
Annual fare adjustment for 2019myki Pass20197-day myki Pass325+ day myki Pass (yearly)Zone 1–Zone 2$30.00$585.00Zone 1+2$44.00$861.251 more row•Dec 12, 2018
What is the fine for not touching on myki?
you may have to pay the $223 fine.
Can myki inspectors touch you?
When can ticket inspectors ask to see my ticket? A ticket inspector can ask to see your ticket or scan your myki card if you are on a bus, train or tram or if you are waiting on a train platform. They can also follow you after you get out of a bus, train or tram and ask to see your ticket.
Do you touch out on trams?
Unlike National Rail, Underground and DLR you only need to touch in when using Oyster on buses and trams. This is because there is only one flat fare wherever you go, regardless of whether you travel one stop or the whole length of the route. On buses you touch in as you enter.
How much is a myki?
A full fare myki card costs $6 and a concession, seniors or child myki costs $3. For more information about how to use your myki, visit ptv.vic.gov.au or call 1800 800 007.
Why don’t you need to touch off on trams?
When you travel with myki on a tram you don’t always need to touch off at the end of your journey. That’s because you can now travel from one end of a tram route to the other on a Zone 1 fare. … Less than five per cent of tram trips occur in the Zone 1/2 overlap.
How much is a 2 hour myki fare?
myki Money 2 hour fare2 hourZone 1 + 2Zone 2Full fare$4.50$3.00Concession$2.25$1.50
What is daily cap?
What is the DAILY CAP? Capping is a feature of pay as you go which allows you to make a number of journeys in a single day but limits the amount you pay for your travel. Each time you make a journey, you are charged a fare of 250 Fils.
How long does a myki fare last?
two hoursTwo-hour fares on myki have been adjusted to last for exactly two hours. The two-hour fare is still valid for multiple trips as long as you touch on before the expiry time. The daily cap has not changed. Passengers can continue to enjoy unlimited daily travel for a capped price based on the zones they have used.
Do I need to touch on and off with myki pass?
Myki users must still touch on and off where required, but the Myki system will not charge anything over and above the fare already deducted.
Can you walk away from ticket inspectors?
Surprisingly, running away from an inspector is not an offence. For police, running away can be considered “escaping legal custody” and you may be charged for it. The only consequence for running away is that inspectors may chase you to “effect an arrest”, and may fine you more for disorderly behaviour.
Can ticket inspectors check bank card?
How do ticket/revenue inspectors check you’ve tapped in with a contactless card? Unlike Oyster, nothing is written or stored on a contactless bank card – the system just knows what card you’ve used.
What happens if you dont tap off?
If you do not tap on, you may be fined for travelling without a valid ticket. If you do not tap on but do tap off at the end, you will be charged the default fare. If you tap on at the beginning and then forget to tap off at the end of your trip, you will be charged the default fare for an incomplete trip.