Ticketing and MyWay
You can purchase paper tickets from the Ticket Vending Machine on the stops. You can purchase a single ride – adult and/or concession ticket or a daily - adult and/or concession ticket.You can find out if you're eligible for a concession ticket by visiting the MyWay Concessions information page.
Yes you can add value to your MyWay card. The electronic ticket vending machine accepts cash and payWave transactions. When paying with card/payWave, you can top-up up to $90 in one transaction. A MyWay card has a top-up capacity of $150. The ticketing machine has easy to follow instructions on how to top up your MyWay card.For further information on purchasing and using your MyWay card go to Transport Canberra MyWay & Cash Fares.
Yes you will, otherwise you will be charged the maximum fare. MyWay cards are charged a discounted fare per ride, once the MyWay card has been correctly tapped on and tapped off at the Light Rail Stop. Failure to tap off may result in the maximum fare.For further information on purchasing and using your MyWay card go to Transport Canberra MyWay & Cash Fares.
- Your MyWay has expired
- This MyWay can no longer be used
- Please re-present your MyWay
- This MyWay has already been tapped on
- Transaction failed
On board the Light Rail
The LRV can seat 66 passengers and cater for approximately 141 additional standing passengers comfortably.We have 4 dedicated wheelchair spaces and 12 red priority seats.During CMET’s response to COVID-19 we encourage passengers to avoid travelling during peak times, to limit the number of passengers on board.To find the quietest times to travel visit https://www.transport.act.gov.au/getting-around/timetables/when-to-use-public-transport
Catching the Light Rail
The travelling schedule can be found cmet.com.au/frequency-guide or www.transport.act.gov.au/getting-around/timetables.
LRV arrival information is also available at each stop.For Special Events in the ACT, the Light Rail timetable may be modified and will be made available on the TC website and the CMET website.
Travelling on the Light Rail
- leave priority seating free for those who need it
- avoid disturbing other passengers with high volume noise (eg loud music, phone calls and shouting among groups)
- move away from the doors of crowded LRVs to allow new passengers to board
- are respectful, polite and considerate to other passengers, Customer Service Officers and the driver
- obey directions given by the Customer Service Officers
- do not interfere with safety equipment
- • offer to give up their seat to pregnant, elderly passengers or those with a disability when sitting in a marked priority seating area
- respect Light Rail property and report vandalism to the Customer Service Officers or driver
- be considerate of their noise level in the LRV and lower voices or other sounds if necessary
- do not leave litter on the LRV
- do not carry dangerous items or substances