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The following extra trams will operate for the Dawn Service at
the Shrine of Remembrance on Friday 25 April 2014.
These trams will run before regular timetabled services
Veterans and War Widows can travel for free on Victoria's public
transport network on 24, 25 and 26 April, to help them attend ANZAC
Day commemoration activities.
Free travel is also extended to Australian Defence Force
members, Scouts and Guides and school students on ANZAC
Day, Friday 25 April.
Veterans and War Widows simply need to travel with one of the
below forms of identification:
Veterans and war widows travelling with one of the above forms
of identification on these days do not need to carry a valid
Australian Defence Force members, Scouts and Guides and school
students must wear their uniform on ANZAC Day to be eligible for
Trams will operate to a Saturday frequency with the last service
approximately one hour earlier than usual.
On Friday extra trams will also operate to the AFL game at the
MCG and NRL game at
Services on some routes will be affected due to the ANZAC Day march, and service changes will be in place for Route 24,
30, 86, 96 and City Circle trams due to works at the intersection
of Victoria Street and Nicholson Street.
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