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Melbourne is growing, and so are we. From 1 May, we're
introducing Route 58 from West Coburg to Toorak and extending Route
6 from Moreland to Glen Iris via Melbourne University. We're
updating our tram timetables to meet the city's future needs.
Route 58 merges routes 55 and 8 to improve services to meet high
demand in the city's inner west and north-west. The new route will
be operated by Essendon and Malvern depots. Route 58 will have D, B
and Z-Class trams.
Route 58 delivers low-floor trams to the Parkville hospital
precinct and Melbourne Zoo for the first time. Up to 10 low-floor
trams will run on Route 58 during peak times.
The new Route 58 has enabled Route 6 to be
extended from Moreland to Glen Iris via Melbourne University. Train
connections include Prahran Station and Armadale Station.
Route 6 will be operated by Brunswick and Malvern depots from 1
May. The extended route will run D, B and Z-Class trams. One-third
of trams on Route 6 will be low-floor.
Tram patronage has grown by 7.6 per cent in the past year, with
more than 200 million trips taken across Melbourne's tram
Visit ptv.vic.gov.au/trams or
call 1800 800 007 6am - midnight (all
night Friday & Saturday)
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