The Melbourne Visitor Shuttle (formerly the Melbourne City Tourist Shuttle) is a tourist-oriented bus service that operates in the city of Melbourne, Australia. It is operated by Driver Bus Lines on behalf of the City of Melbourne, who receive funding through the state government road congestion levy. A similar service, on a different route, is provided by the City Circle Tram.

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  • The Melbourne Visitor Shuttle (formerly the Melbourne City Tourist Shuttle) is a tourist-oriented bus service that operates in the city of Melbourne, Australia. It is operated by Driver Bus Lines on behalf of the City of Melbourne, who receive funding through the state government road congestion levy. The bus route encircles the heart of Melbourne central business district (CBD) and Carlton in an anti-clockwise direction and has 13 stops near key tourist destinations. The service runs daily at 30 minute intervals between 9:30am and 4:30pm (except certain public holidays) and provides a running commentary on the city’s attractions. A similar service, on a different route, is provided by the City Circle Tram. (en)
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  • The Melbourne Visitor Shuttle (formerly the Melbourne City Tourist Shuttle) is a tourist-oriented bus service that operates in the city of Melbourne, Australia. It is operated by Driver Bus Lines on behalf of the City of Melbourne, who receive funding through the state government road congestion levy. A similar service, on a different route, is provided by the City Circle Tram. (en)
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  • Melbourne Visitor Shuttle (en)
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