List of Melbourne tram routes

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This is a list of tram routes operated by Yarra Trams in the city of Melbourne, Australia.

Main routes[edit]

Route Map Destinations Comments
1 Melbourne trams route 1 map.png East Coburg


South Melbourne Beach
via Lygon Street & City
3 Melbourne trams route 3 map.png Melbourne University


East Malvern
Weekdays only
3a Melbourne trams route 3 map.png Melbourne University


East Malvern
via St Kilda (Weekends and Public Holidays only)
5 Melbourne trams route 5 map.png Melbourne University


Malvern
6 Melbourne trams route 6 map.png Melbourne University


Glen Iris
8 Moreland


Toorak
via Lygon Street & City
11 West Preston


Victoria Harbour Docklands
via Collins Street
12 St. Kilda/Fitzroy Street


Victoria Gardens
via Collins Street
16 Melbourne University


Kew
via St Kilda
19 North Coburg


City (Elizabeth Street)
30 Melbourne trams route 30 map.png St Vincents Plaza


Etihad Stadium Docklands
via La Trobe Street
35 Melbourne trams route city circle map.png City Circle Zero-fare service encircling the central business district
48 Victoria Harbour Docklands


North Balwyn
via Collins Street
55 West Coburg


Domain Interchange
via William Street & City
57 West Maribyrnong


City (Elizabeth Street)
via North Melbourne
59 Airport West


City (Elizabeth Street)
64 Melbourne University


East Brighton
67 Melbourne University


Carnegie
70 Waterfront City Docklands


Wattle Park
72 Melbourne University


Camberwell
75 Melbourne trams route 75 map.png City (Spencer Street)


Vermont South
78 North Richmond


Prahran
82 Moonee Ponds


Footscray
86 Melbourne trams route 86 map.png Bundoora RMIT


Waterfront City Docklands
via Smith Street & Bourke Street
96 Melbourne trams route 96 map.png East Brunswick


St Kilda Beach
via Bourke Street, City & St Kilda light rail
109 Melbourne trams route 109 map.png Box Hill


Port Melbourne
via Collins Street, City & Port Melbourne light rail

Subsidiary routes[edit]

These are off-peak and special event services that run along part of a major route. Recently these routes, known as phantom routes because they did not appear on timetables or maps, have disappeared and are now indicated by an "a" after the main route number to indicate that the service is altered, or a "d" to indicate a service is going only to the tram's depot.

and – North Richmond to Glenhuntly tram depot (lengthened 78)

  • 16a- Kew to St Kilda Beach (shortened 16), formerly its own route (69), discontinued 17 October 2004 and amalgamated into route 16.
  • 71 – Bourke Street, Docklands to East Melbourne via Flinders Street
  • 72a – Melbourne University to Glenferrie and Malvern Roads (shortened 72) (Formerly Route 73)
  • 70d– City (Bourke Street and Harbour Esplanade) to Camberwell tram depot (shortened 70) (Formerly Route 76)
  • 59d – City to Essendon tram depot (shortened 59) (Formerly Route 81)
  • 82a – Moonee Ponds to West Maribyrnong (shortened 82)
  • 86a – City (Waterfront City Docklands) to La Trobe University (shortened 86) (Formerly Route 87)
  • 86d – City (Waterfront City Docklands) to Preston tram depot (shortened 86) (Formerly Route 89)
  • 96a – St Kilda Beach to Bourke and William Streets (shortened 96) (Runs via St Kilda light rail line) (Formerly Route 91)
  • 96d – Brunswick East to Southbank tram depot (shortened 96) (Formerly Route 94)
  • 109a – Box Hill to Montague (Formerly Route 108)
  • 121 – City to Melbourne Cricket Ground – special events only
  • 125 – City to East Melbourne (Simpson Street) – special events only
  • 127 – City to Richmond (Hawthorn Bridge) – special events only
  • 129 – Return working of routes 121, 125 & 127 to City – special events only

Discontinued and unallocated routes[edit]

  • 2 South Melbourne Beach to Melbourne University
  • 10 West Preston to St. Kilda discontinued in 1992 but was reincarnated as route 112 in 2002
  • 13Melbourne Docklands to Market and Flinders Streets via Bourke Street ran between May 2005 and November 2005. Previously had been used for the peak period service from La Trobe and Spencer Streets to West Preston (additional peak period service of route 11)
  • 15 – Moreland to St Kilda Beach – Was to resume (albeit redesignated as Route 16) 7 June 2004 (15 used to be the through-routing of routes 16 and 22)
  • 22 – Moreland to City Arts Centre (St Kilda Road and Nolan Street) Discontinued 16 October 2004 and amalgamated into route 8
  • 23 – Mont Albert to City via La Trobe Street (additional peak period service of route 42 – entered the City via La Trobe Street instead of Collins Street) Discontinued 7 September 2001
  • 24 - North Balwyn to Etihad Stadium Docklands Discontinued 2014
  • 25 – 'Up' Flinders Street trams terminating at Swanston Street Discontinued 2000
  • 26 – 'Up' Flinders Street trams terminating at Market Street Discontinued 2000
  • 27 – 'Up' Flinders Street trams terminating at Flinders and Spencer Streets corner Discontinued 2000
  • 31 – Collins Street West End to St Vincents Plaza. Discontinued 19 September 2009
  • 32 – Camberwell to City via William Street (additional peak period service of route 72 – entered the City via William Street instead of Swanston Street) Discontinued 21 March 1999
  • 34 – La Trobe Street West End to Hoddle Street and Victoria Parade, East Melbourne. Discontinued 19 September 2003
  • 36 – Glen Iris to City via William Street (additional peak period service of route 6) Discontinued 14 November 1986
  • 37 – Carnegie to City via William Street (additional peak period service of route 67) Discontinued 14 November 1986
  • 38 – Toorak to City via William Street (additional peak period service of route 8) Discontinued 14 November 1986
  • 39 – City (Collins and Spencer Streets) to Thornbury (shortened 9 and 11)
  • 40 – La Trobe and Spencer Streets to Bulleen and Doncaster Roads, East Kew (shortened 48). Discontinued 28 August 2004 due to the removal of the crossover.
  • 44 – Spencer and Collins Streets to Iramoo Street and Whitehorse Road, Balwyn (shortened 42 – later 109). Discontinued ??? due to the removal of the crossover.
  • 46 – Spencer and Collins Streets to Kew Post Office (High Street and Cotham Road, Kew) (shortened 42 – later 109) Discontinued ??? due to the removal of the crossover.
  • 50 – City (Elizabeth and Flinders Streets) to North Melbourne (shortened 57) Discontinued 7 August 2005
  • 60 – City (Elizabeth and Flinders Streets) to Ascot Vale (shortened 57) Discontinued ??? due to the removal of the crossover.
  • 65 – East Brighton to City via William Street (additional combined peak period service of routes 3 and 64, which followed route 64 to Balaclava Junction, then route 3 to Domain Road, then the William Street route) Discontinued 14 November 1986
  • 68City (Elizabeth and Flinders Streets) to West Coburg (Sundays only) to provide service to Royal Park station on the Upfield rail line and for the Melbourne Zoo. Discontinued 7 August 2005
  • 77 – City (Batman Avenue) to Prahran Discontinued 1986?
  • 79 - North Richmond to St.Kilda Beach Discontinued 2014
  • 83 – Moonee Ponds to Ordnance Factory (shortened 82) Discontinued ???
  • 84 – Unallocated
  • 93 – Discontinued 23 June 1989
  • 95 - Melbourne Museum to Etihad Stadium Docklands Discontinued 2014
  • 99 – 24 hour service, Melbourne University to Richmond, Prahran, St Kilda before terminating at Fergie Street, North Fitzroy Discontinued 1998-9
  • 100 – Unallocated
  • 101 – Unallocated
  • 103 – Discontinued 11 February 1996
  • 105 – Unallocated
  • 106 – Unallocated
  • 108 - St Kilda to East Coburg Discontinued 2000
  • 110 – Discontinued 18 December 1993
  • 111 – Exhibition Building to Port Melbourne. Discontinued 18 December 1993
  • 112 - West Preston to St. Kilda Became routes 11 and 12 in 2014

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