Cheap way to melbourne City from Airport
Replies: 43 - Last Post: Aug 12, 2013 6:17 AM Last Post By: daycat
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Apr 1, 2013 12:48 AM
35You got it Poppy.
There is no seating in that zone either, the side that is near the wall with windows looking out onto where the vehicles drive past. It has a parapet sort of thing.
That undercroft is the only place that has got power points.
I didn't see any AFP officers, which is strange, on the inside of the metal scan zone, ...
Only saw one Qantas guy with a reflective vest with Qantas Security on it.
Hobart Airport has Tasmania Police, Adelaide Airprot has AFP.
Anyway, thats Hobart done, next one is when I go and see Raki there.
RE: moderation, I don't know, maybe they are getting stricter. Possibly its one of two things, one, that if you do too many Daycatting, it pings, or two, if you were to type a banned word, it pings.
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Aug 11, 2013 6:33 PM
42BUS STOP AT AIRPORT HAS CHANGED
Catching the bus to Melbourne Airport is now more convenient: effective Monday, 17 June 2013
5 June 2013
From Monday 17 June, the bus stop at Melbourne Airport will be located at Terminal 1, instead of Terminal 4, allowing passengers to disembark closer to the centre of the airport.
The bus stop at Terminal 4 will no longer operate from 17 June and all passengers travelling to the Airport will need to arrive and depart from Terminal 1.
Public Transport Victoria (PTV) has worked with Melbourne Airport to determine a suitable location for the Airport bus stop that is close to where passengers want to arrive and depart from.
Terminals 1 and 2 are the most popular destinations for Airport passengers, with around two thirds of SmartBus Route 901 passengers travelling to these terminals, so this new terminal location will mean less travel time for many Airport travellers.
Passengers travelling to and from the city can take the train to Broadmeadows Station and board the high-frequency SmartBus Route 901, a short journey from the Airport.
Aug 12, 2013 6:12 AM
43Raks me old cat mate...
The bleeding problem is ticketing for those wanting to get from Melbourne Airport Tullamarine to the train stations or suburbs around, is that the zone that Melbourne Airport, is in zone 2, you just can't buy zone 2 Myki tickets anywhere, as there are no PTV booths at Tullamarine... unless you plead innocence and hope the bus driver on the various route buses have mercy on you, and there are no AO's around.
On my sojourne down to see you, this past Easter, I noted that the 901 had moved to T1.
All good though, in regards to the moving of the stop, BUT... ticketing needs a look at by those in command, you as I mentioned above, have already have a Myki, or a sad looking Labrador pooch face look!!!
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Ps. they have erected above head high white fences, so you can't just waltz out the door of the T1, and walk to the 901 bus stop, you need to use the pedestrian crossing, and then walk out certain doors, and then cross the taxi rush road, and then go to the stop the 901 departs.
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