BART fares are set to go up more than five percent starting in January. The transit agency’s Board of Directors is also considering a plan to charge even more during peak hours or at its busiest stations.
The cost to ride Bay Area Rapid Transit is likely to get more expensive in the coming year, and the price to park at stations could be rising as well.
Caltrain plans to raise its one-way cash fare by 25 cents in order to encourage more riders to switch to Clipper Cards, rail officials said.
San Francisco Muni passengers may end up shelling out more to catch a ride, as the city’s transit agency looks to shore up a growing budget deficit.
Public transit became a little less attractive for Bay Area commuters Friday as a number of fare hikes were enacted July 1st.
Fares will be going up starting on Friday for those who use the Golden Gate Bridge Highway and Transportation District to commute.
Fares will go up for Alameda County Transit bus riders after the agency’s Board of Directors approved the hike on Wednesday.
Taxi fares could soon be going up in San Francisco for the first time since 2003.
The Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District’s board of directors unanimously approved increases over the next five years to Golden Gate Transit and Golden Gate Ferry fares.
Santa Clara’s Valley Transit Authority (VTA) is hoping to increase ridership by 25 percent and is willing to buy 20 new buses for $90,000.