You can find on this page the Melbourne metro map to print and to download in PDF. The Melbourne metro map presents the network, zones, stations and different lines of the metro of Melbourne in Victoria - Australia.

Metro map Melbourne

Map of Melbourne metro

The Melbourne metro map shows all the stations and lines of the Melbourne metro. This metro map of Melbourne will allow you to easily plan your routes in the metro of Melbourne in Victoria - Australia. The Melbourne metro map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

As the city metropolitan rail service, Metro operates 226 six carriage trains across 998 kilometres of track, transporting 450,000 customers each day as its shown in Metro map Melbourne. We aim to encourage the Melbourne community vibrant and ever evolving lifestyles, by providing a seamless transport solution to keep individuals connected. With 15 lines, 222 stations and services seven days a week, Metro can take you wherever you are headed across the city, whenever you want to go. Metro, or Metro Trains Melbourne, is a consortium of rail and construction businesses, all of which have unrivalled credentials. The Metro team draws on the strengths and experience of three leading rail industry organisations: Hong Kong’s MTR Corporation, Australia John Holland Group and UGL Rail, a division of United Group Limited.

Having been named "metro" for its fast service and suburban route throughout the city center, this is probably Australia most sought-after railway system by train writers as its mentioned in Metro map Melbourne. Part of its carriages attractiveness ties in their striking design which incorporates blue geometric ornamentation. This MTN System replicates the "Comeng" corrugated metal to pay tribute to the Melbourne scene. The Melbourne Metro Train (EDi Rail refurbished Comeng) is a miniature train printed on heavyweight, high-quality card stock for assembling and painting. This reproduction of the Melbourne Metro Train allows you to practice your sketches, reproduce historical pieces or simply enjoy your creations while emulating the spirit of the most extreme type of graffiti. Melbourne metro trains run between the outer suburbs and Flinders Street Station in the city. The city loop is Melbourne underground system, with five stations servicing the central business district: Southern Cross Station, Flagstaff (closed weekends), Melbourne Central, Parliament and Flinders Street. Southern Cross Station is Melbourne hub for regional and interstate trains.

Often in the shadow of the city more famous trams, Melbourne suburban train network is also of impressive size and efficiency. Operated by Metro Melbourne, there are seventeen routes radiating to all corners of the suburbs. Trains are frequent and generally comfortable. If the truth be known, the train network contributes more to the economic advantage of Melbourne than does the tram network. Metro train routes are shown on our map as thick coloured lines. Most trains operate between the City and a suburban destination via the "City Loop". The City loop is a four-track, five station loop that encircles downtown as you can see in Metro map Melbourne. As a general rule, trains operate from Flinders Street station to and from their suburban destination via the City loop stations of Southern Cross Flagstaff Melbourne Central and Parliament.

Melbourne subway map

Map of Melbourne subway

The Melbourne subway map shows all the stations and lines of the Melbourne subway. This subway map of Melbourne will allow you to easily plan your routes in the subway of Melbourne en Victoria - Australia. The Melbourne subway map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Every day, MTR connects people and communities. As a recognised world-class operator of sustainable rail transport services, MTR is a leader in safety, reliability, customer service and efficiency as illustrated in Melbourne subway map. MTR has extensive end-to-end railway expertise with more than 40 years of railway projects experience from design to planning and construction through to commissioning, maintenance and operations. Going beyond railway delivery and operation, MTR also creates and manages dynamic communities around its network through seamless integration of rail, commercial and property development.

Metro Trains Melbourne (MTM) is a joint venture between UGL, MTR Corporation and John Holland. MTM is the operator of Melbourne metropolitan rail network as its shown in Melbourne subway map. MTM commenced operations in November 2009 under the MR3 rail franchise – and has since been successful in acquiring the MR4 rail franchise to operate the metropolitan railway to 2024. MTM is responsible for operating and maintaining all assets associated with the network spanning 15 lines, over 200 stations and more than 900km of track. The company is a wholly owned subsidiary of Metro Trains Australia (MTA).

The first of Melbourne 65 new bigger, better trains has begun taking passengers - the first all-new metro train design in almost 20 years, built right here in Victoria as you can see in Melbourne subway map. The Victorian Government ordered 65 High Capacity Metro Trains as part of a $2.3 billion investment, which also includes a new train maintenance facility in Pakenham East and a light service facility in Calder Park. The project is a public-private partnership between the Victorian Government and Evolution Rail.