Latest Service Changes
Animals, Bikes, Surfboards and Prams
Using Trams in Melbourne Summer
Heating on Trams in Melbourne Winter
Using Accessible Stops
Making Your Journey Accessible
New Tram Users
City Circle Tram
On-the-Spot Penalty Fares
Driving with Trams
Facts & Figures
Trams in Melbourne
Customer Charter and Codes
Social Media at Yarra Trams
Working Around Yarra Trams Infrastructure
Royal Melbourne Show 2017
Melbourne Art Trams
Arrival of the E-Class Tram on Route 86
Tram Travel in Extreme Weather
Filming and Photography
Yarra Trams delivered 83.73 per cent of trams on time, with a
service delivery of 99.15 in January 2015.
While service delivery improved by 1.64 percentage points
compared to the same period last year, we recorded a 0.55
percentage point decrease in punctuality.
Major events across the network in January affected services,
including the closure of the intersection of Flinders and Spencer
streets during the construction of the new platform stop at Batman
Park, as part of the Premium Line 96 project.
We also operated to a summer timetable in January, that reflects
changes to traffic conditions at this time of year.
Camberwell Lines enjoyed a punctuality improvement of over six
percentage points compared to the same time last year. This was
achieved while operating extra trams during the two weeks of the
Australian Open. We have our drivers to thank in large part for the
success of the event.
Route 11 continues to be a star performer, recording some of the
best results network wide. It has had a great start to the year
with a further increase in larger capacity vehicles.
January also marked the start of the Free Tram Zone.
See below for a breakdown of our January performance results by