Can't wait to see the queues at that one myki machine at Southern Cross in a few weeks when 10,000 people have mykis!
They plan to put more myki machines at Southern Cross - just not yet.
Does anybody know when the Short Term Tickets will become available in Melbourne? Especially on the Stony Point line?
Here is another question - are the myki machines aware of where they are? E.G. the CVMs. Does a CVM at Caulfield know that its at Caulfield?
I am thinking that for tourists, or whatever, it would be easier for them to select a destination, rather than a zone when purchasing a ticket from a CVM. Then a message pops up saying something like "Did you know that your ticket is valid on trams, buses and trains up to ______ for the next 2 hours.", while whoever is waiting for the machine to spit out the ticket.
Just a thought.
And - yes, all the myki machines can beep, just they are not loud enough. If anyone is able to put in a request to change this, could they? Revenue?