Transport Canberra’s ticket vending machines are now available at Gungahlin, Woden, City and Tuggeranong major bus stations, and will soon be available at Belconnen bus station and all light rail stops when operational.
Passengers are able to conveniently top up their MyWay card instantly for bus, and light rail when in operation, as well as check their MyWay balance or purchase a single or daily adult or concession ticket using these machines.
Transport Canberra have never previously installed a machine with this functionality to top-up your MyWay card or purchase a ticket at bus stations, which is an exciting milestone as part of moving towards an integrating public transport system.
The machine allows passengers to select from 4 languages: English, Arabic, Chinese and Italian. Whilst you cannot purchase a MyWay card from these machines, passengers are advised they are still able to purchase a MyWay card as well as top up their MyWay card from MyWay recharge agents.
Ticket vending machines are touch screen based and user-friendly, allowing a simple and fast transaction where you can purchase more than one single or daily ticket in one single transaction or top-up your MyWay card instantly. The machines allow payment using cash or PayWave (MasterCard and Visa only, with a limit of up to $90 in one transaction).
- Gungahlin Place Bus Station – Platform 4
- City Bus Station – Behind Platform 7
- Woden Bus Station – Platform 6
- Tuggeranong Bus Station – Between Platforms 3 and 8.
Please note, if there is an issue with your MyWay card, a message will appear on the screen such as if it is expired or blocked.
For assistance, please contact 13 17 10.