We know there are times where you may require additional assistance or would like to escalate your feedback to a complaint.
We seek to handle all complaints as quickly and fairly as possible.
How to make a complaint
- Fill out our online feedback form.
- Call us on 1800 551 927
- Write to us at: GPO Box 4509, Melbourne, VIC 3001.
How we handle your complaint
- Step 1: You lodge your complaint via any of the above channels. Clearly identify your issue and the outcomes you are seeking. Your complaint will be acknowledged within 24 hours.
- Step 2: We investigate and respond to you as quickly as possible.
- Step 3: If you are not satisfied with our response, a senior manager can review your escalated complaint.
- Step 4: If you are still not satisfied with the response from MMRA, you can contact the Public Transport Ombudsman.
How to lodge a complaint with the Public Transport Ombudsman
The Public Transport Ombudsman (PTO) is an independent and external dispute resolution body in which MMRA is a member. The PTO aim is to provide cost free, independent resolutions to public transport complaints having regard to what is fair and reasonable for parties, good industry practice and the law.
The PTO handles complaints about public transport related issues such as:
- the use of land and premises by members
- service delivery issues such as cancellations, reliability, punctuality and overcrowding
- ticketing issues, for example tickets, cards, accounts and ticket machines
- the condition, accessibility or comfort of public transport infrastructure and rolling stock. Examples include stations, station ramps, myki equipment, lifts, stairs, stops, train carriages, trams, buses, signs and passenger information notices.
- the conduct of employees (including authorised officers), agents or contractors engaged in activities related to the provision of public transport passenger services (including customer information and complaint handling service).
If you are dissatisfied with our handling or your complaint the PTO may be able to provide its services to assist in the resolution of the matter.