A proposed rethink of the Melbourne public transport system, replacing myki with NFC enabled phones. The myki system currently in place is quite unfriendly towards visitors to Melbourne. As it stands they need to pay $6 to gain access to the public transport system and that’s before they start to pay for any fares. It’s also inconvenient for locals who have to find a place to keep their myki that’s quick to find, easy to access but hard to loose. Many people under the age of 30 use their smart phone case to hold their myki, but these can interfere with the myki system, slowing down the process of touching on and off. Journey Melbourne removes this source of friction (the card) and encourages passengers to use the phone they have already in their pocket. Saving money, stress and time.