It’s one of the most important transport routes in Melbourne.

And if you’re heading to or from the CBD, you’ll need to be able to access it.

The city centre is the most congested area of Melbourne, with more than 80 per cent of the city traffic moving through it.

If you’re trying to get from the centre of town to the city’s outer suburbs, the city itself is a nightmare.

A new map by Transport For Victoria shows how many trains, buses and taxis are in the CBD every day, and the number of drivers on each one.

It also shows how busy a particular area is.

One train, for example, takes a while to get here.

It’s going around every 10 minutes, but the driver is constantly changing direction, and sometimes he’s just sitting there in the middle of the station.

Another train, however, can arrive in 10 minutes.

I’ve also got a chart to show how busy the CBD is, as well as how long it takes to get there from the outskirts of the CBD.

What’s the most difficult part of getting to the CBD?

It’s the journey from the suburbs to the inner city.

It can be very, very difficult to get on the metro, as most of the trains are only running between 7pm and 11pm.

There’s a small number of bus services, but most of them are a bit slow.

There are some bus services that go very fast, though, but it can be a little tricky to get onto them.

If it’s your first trip, it’s probably best to get a taxi.

If you’re on the city bus, you’re required to get off at a bus stop, which you usually can, but if you get off late it can get annoying.

You have to get back on and then you’ll have to wait again.

It’s a bit of a headache when you arrive at the CBD from the suburb of South Yarra.

It’ll take you about 30 minutes to get through the city.

You can get on buses and trams and taxis at the end of the line.

It depends on the service you choose.

If there’s a bus or tram service to take you to the suburb, then it will probably be a good idea to go with it.

Otherwise, you could get a tram or a bus and take the train to the suburbs.

On the other hand, if there’s no bus or tramp or taxi service, you can get off the train and walk to the station, where you can either go on to the train station or take the metro.

How to get home from the downtown area: From the airport, there are plenty of options for getting home.

Take the M4 to the outer suburbs.

It has a lot of stops along the way, and you can take a taxi to the Airport Rail Station to get you there.

If the train is too far from the train, it’ll take about 45 minutes to drive to the airport.

From the airport you can usually get on a car or train to your home.

There’s a lot more traffic than at the airport on weekends, so it might be worth going with a car.

But if you don’t have a car, there’s usually a lot to do in the city in the evening.

There’ll be cafes, restaurants, shops and theatres to entertain you.

If all else fails, you might be able get a ride on the tram or bus to your next stop.

Get around the CBD in a car: You can get around the city with your car.

A car can be quite popular if you’ve got the right kind of car, and there’s plenty of free car parks around the suburbs and city centre.

Check out these tips for getting around the area, including where to park and how much it’ll cost.

Tips for getting to and using the CBD: You’ll need a car to get around Melbourne, and this guide will show you how to get one from the Airport, or a car from the inner suburbs.