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A Guide to Public Transportation in Frankston

Frankston, a major suburban center southeast of Melbourne, has a well-developed public transportation network. Here’s a guide to public transportation options in Frankston:

1. Trains:
– Frankston Station is a major hub on the Frankston line.
– Frequent services to Melbourne CBD and other suburbs along the line.
– The journey to Melbourne’s CBD takes about an hour.
– The station is wheelchair accessible and has parking facilities.

2. Buses:
Frankston is served by numerous bus routes, including:
– Route 770: Frankston to Karingal
– Route 771: Frankston to Langwarrin
– Route 772: Frankston to Eliza Heights
– Route 773: Frankston to Frankston South
– Route 774: Frankston to Delacombe Park
– Several other routes connecting to surrounding suburbs

3. SmartBus:
– Route 901 (SmartBus Orbital): Connects Frankston to major suburban centers like Dandenong and Ringwood

4. V/Line Services:
– V/Line trains to Stony Point depart from Frankston Station

5. Taxi and Ride-Share Services:
– Taxi ranks are located at Frankston Station and other key locations
– Ride-sharing services like Uber operate in Frankston

6. Bicycle Facilities:
– Bike storage is available at Frankston Station
– Several bike paths in the area, including the Bay Trail along the foreshore

7. Accessibility:
– Frankston Station and many buses are wheelchair accessible
– Tactile ground surface indicators are present at the station

8. Myki:
– Myki cards are used for payment on trains and buses in Frankston

9. Park and Ride:
– There’s a large park and ride facility at Frankston Station

10. Night Network:
– On Friday and Saturday nights, Night Network trains and 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
– Allow extra time during peak hours

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

Frankston’s position as a transport hub makes it well-connected both to Melbourne and to the Mornington Peninsula, providing good public transport options for residents and visitors alike.