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Paper train tickets for several V/Line services will be abolished from Monday, with passengers forced to use the myki system.
Passengers travelling between Melbourne and Traralgon, Bendigo, Ballarat, and Seymour will have to make the switch.
Myki was introduced on shorter regional train journeys this year but longer-haul trips to Mildura, Wodonga and Warrnambool services are still using the paper ticket system.
Allan Fedda from Public Transport Victoria says many commuters are already using myki.
"Look, the transition to #myki on V/Line has gone very well," he said.
"We've got now 60 per cent of customers having already made the switch on those commuter services, so we're very pleased with the current take-up."
This article first appeared on www.abc.net.au
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