We’ve put together a list of resources to help students and researchers find transport statistics, Minister's statements and more.
Resources on our website
- Ticketing information, including myki
- Statistics, data and reporting
- Public transport projects
- For more public transport information, click on More (top of page), then select Travelling on the network. Or use the search function to find what you're looking for.
About public transport
- Find out about how Victoria's transport network is planned and coordinated on the Transport for Victoria website.
Statements by Ministers
- To read everything Ministers say during question time in Parliament, search Hansard online.
- Find information and statistics about how people travel in Victoria in the Victorian Integrated Survey of Travel and Activity (VISTA) on the Transport for Victoria website
Transport portfolio projects
- Find information about transport planning and major projects on the Transport For Victoria website
Still can’t find what you’re looking for?
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