Latest service changes
Animals, bikes, surfboards and prams
Using trams in Melbourne summer
Heating on trams in Melbourne winter
Using accessible stops
Making your accessible journey
For our new users
City Circle Tram
On-the-spot Penalty Fares
Driving with trams
Facts & figures
International Customer Service Standards
Trams in Melbourne
Customer Charter and codes
Social media at Yarra Trams
Working around Yarra Trams infrastructure
Meet the Managers
Melbourne Art Trams
The E-Class tram has arrived on Route 86
Filming and photography
Beware the Rhino is our tram safety awareness campaign,
delivered in partnership with Public Transport
Victoria. Safety is our highest priority, not just for our
passengers and customers, but also for our employees. This year's
campaign aims to improve safety for our passengers and Melbourne
drivers. Our goals are to:
Beware the Rhino will be on our tram network for the next six
weeks. You'll see Spike on trams, at stops, our website, social
media and tramTRACKER. You'll also hear safety messages on-board
trams and at stops. Basically, everywhere.
Beware of sudden stops.
You never know so don't let go.
A tram can weighs more than 30 rhinos.
Tram drivers - check for cars.
Car drivers - check for trams.
Here's your chance to win a Rhino 2016 prize pack with the
limited edition Spike keyring and Rhino poster! We're giving away
25 prize packs to our social community. Competition starts
Saturday, 27 February 2016. Five winners per week will be announced
every Friday from 4 March to 1 April 2016.
Prize pack includes:
Enter the competition:
This is our third Beware the Rhino campaign. Since 2011,
the campaign has delivered safety messages to our passengers,
pedestrians, drivers and the whole Melbourne community. The
campaign has contributed significantly to improving the safety of
our tram network.
For more information visit ptv.vic.gov.au or call
1800 800 007 6am - midnight (all night Friday