| Driving in Melbourne |
Throughout Australia vehicles are driven on the left hand side of the road. Pedestrians should remember to first look right when crossing the road. Drivers in the central business district must watch out for hook turns at some intersections, where cars turn right from the left lane, allowing trams to pass freely.
| Biking in Melbourne |
Melbourne is Australia’s only major city with an extensive bicycle network. Melbourne’s dedicated bicycle network includes safe bike paths on and off roads.
| Taxis in Melbourne |
Like in many other major cities, Melbourne taxis are yellow. Taxis can be flagged down at the curb or caught at one of the city’s many taxi hubs including Flinders Street Station. Taxis are vacant when their rooftop sign is illuminated. Orange lights indicate the taxi is not available.
| Melbourne's Metlink |
Melbourne’s trains, trams and buses offer comprehensive public transport services. Extending from the Melbourne's central in all directions, Melbourne’s public transport network can help you explore every corner of Melbourne in a safe and reliable environ...
| Public Transportation in Melbourne |
Melbourne is an easy city to explore using public transportation. The city of Melbourne has an excellent, integrated system of trains, trams and buses that extend from the central business district in all directions. The city’s public transportation system is one of the best in the world and extremely punctual.
The Melbourne Transportation Guide
Transportatoin in the busy streets of Melbourne (Stock Image)
The city of Melbourne features an extensive transportation network of public transportation, trams, trains and buses. The following are transportation resources in Melbourne