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A Guide to Public Transportation in Cranbourne

Cranbourne, a suburb in the City of Casey, has a fairly good public transportation network. Here’s a guide to public transportation options in Cranbourne:

1. Trains:
– Cranbourne Station is the terminus of the Cranbourne line.
– Trains run frequently to and from Melbourne’s CBD, with the journey taking about an hour.
– The station has parking facilities for commuters.

2. Buses:
Cranbourne is served by several bus routes, including:
– Route 789: Cranbourne Station to Frankston Station
– Route 790: Cranbourne Station to Berwick Station
– Route 791: Cranbourne Station to Langwarrin
– Route 795: Cranbourne Station to Casey Central Shopping Centre
– Route 796: Cranbourne Station to Clyde
– Route 798: Cranbourne Station to Selandra Rise

3. V/Line Services:
– V/Line coaches stop at Cranbourne Station, providing connections to Gippsland and other regional areas.

4. Taxi and Ride-Share Services:
– Taxi services and ride-sharing apps like Uber operate in Cranbourne.

5. Bicycle Facilities:
– Bike racks are available at Cranbourne Station.
– There are several bike paths in the area, including the Cranbourne Railway Station Reserve Trail.

6. Accessibility:
– Cranbourne Station is wheelchair accessible.
– Many buses in the area are low-floor for easy access.

7. Myki:
– Myki cards are used for payment on trains and buses in Cranbourne, as part of Melbourne’s public transport network.

8. Park and Ride:
– There’s a park and ride facility at Cranbourne Station for commuters who drive to the station.

9. Night Network:
– On Friday and Saturday nights, Night Network buses provide all-night service to and from the city.

When planning your journey:
– Use the PTV (Public Transport Victoria) app or website for real-time updates and to plan your trip.
– Check for any planned disruptions or maintenance works that might affect your journey.
– Allow extra time during peak hours as services can get crowded.

Remember that public transport services may be less frequent on weekends and public holidays. Always check the latest timetables before traveling.