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Metropolitan Melbourne has moved to Stage 4 restrictions with stronger rules in place to limit movement.
Changes to evening public transport services will be progressively introduced from 8pm Monday 3 August. Changes to services between 8pm and 5am may be different each night.
All Night Network services, which run after midnight on Friday and Saturday nights, will be suspended for the duration of Stage 4 restrictions.
A full service will continue to operate each day between 5am and 8pm. The first and last services on every line and route will remain in place to ensure all essential workers can get to and from work.
Measures includes a curfew in Melbourne from 8pm to 5am. The only reasons to leave home during these hours will be for work, medical care and caregiving.
In Melbourne there are only two reasons to travel into regional areas. They are for medical care and caregiving, and work if you can’t do it from home. In Melbourne you must shop for food and supplies and exercise within 5km of your home during the day.
We ask all our passengers to only travel for a permitted purpose. If you must travel, wear a face covering for your entire journey and practise good hygiene. If you’re unwell, stay home and get tested if you have the mildest of symptoms.
We also have additional daily cleaning in place across the network, as well as contactless hand sanitisers at stops and stations to help keep you safe while travelling.