Public transport options in Frankston City include:
- walking and cycling paths.
There are a number of taxi collection points in Frankston’s city centre, these include:
- Beach Street (near Bayside entrance)
Young Street (shop side, near 7-Eleven)
- Young Street (outside the medical centre)
- Balmoral Street (night only)
- Wells Street(opposite Thompson Street)
- Wells Street (adjacent to Shannon Street Mall)
- Davey Street (city side, near Young Street) (night only)
Contact local taxis services for any questions or to organise a ride.
Public Transport Victoria
Victoria’s public transport network comprises train, tram, bus and coach services. These services are provided by independent operators via contracts managed by Public Transport Victoria.
PO Box 4724
P. 1800 800 007
TTY: 9619 2727
Frankston Train Station
P. 03 9610 6660
Walking and cycling
Walking and cycling are healthy and sustainable transport options to get around Frankston!
The Bicycle Network Victoria website has information about:
- cycling paths
- bike maintenance
- tips about cycling.
Frankston City Council encourages schools to join the Bicycle Network Victoria Ride2School Program, which promotes the health, sustainability and safety benefits of riding to school.
Level Crossing Removal Project
The Victorian Government committed $63 million to redevelop and revitalise the Frankston Station Precinct. The level crossing between Skye and Overton roads in Frankston was removed with a rail bridge built above the road in June 2018.
The upgrade of Young Street involved various changes to the road. The Level Crossing Removal Authority (LXRA) oversaw construction of the new Frankston Train Station, as well as level crossing removals at:
- Skye/Overton Road
- Seaford Road
- Eel Race Road
Learn more about the Level Crossing Removal on the Frankston line.
Integrated Transport Strategy
Frankston's Integrated Transport Strategy was adopted by Council in April 2013. The purpose of the Strategy is to guide Council in undertaking actions which will increase the efficiency and effectiveness of the Frankston transport network for moving people and goods.
The Transport Strategy aims to:
- improve environmental sustainability
- increase social connections
- decrease traffic congestion
- lower transportation costs
- increase productivity for freight
- improve liveability
Download the Integrated Transport Strategy 2013(PDF, 6MB).
Public Transport Ombudsman (PTO)
The Public Transport Ombudsman (PTO) Ltd is a free, confidential and impartial alternative dispute resolution scheme available to people who use, or are affected by public passenger transport services, or related activities of public transport in Victoria.
The majority of Victorian public transport operators must participate in the PTO scheme and are called 'members' in our Charter. We can only handle complaints about operators who are members. For ease of use, we refer to members of the scheme as 'operators' and the people who contact us as 'consumers'.
For more information, advice or to lodge a complaint please call 1800 466 865 or 8623 2111 (1800 809 623 on TTY) or email firstname.lastname@example.org.