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Caltrain, San Francisco station

Caltrain Cracking Down On Parking Fee Evaders

In the first half of 2011, Caltrain more than doubled the number of parking tickets from the same period a year earlier from 988 to 2,144.

09/01/2011

Larkspur Ferry

Golden Gate Transit Increasing Bus, Ferry Fares

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.

CONNECT WITH KCBS–04/22/2011

Caltrain Diridon station, San Jose

Caltrain Declares Fiscal Emergency; Fare Hikes, Service Cuts Viewed

Caltrain is likely to declare a fiscal state of emergency Thursday after a public hearing on drastic service cuts and a 25-cent increase to the base fare.

CONNECT WITH KCBS–03/03/2011

Larkspur Ferry

Golden Gate Bus, Ferry Fares Likely To Rise This Summer

Fares on Golden Gate buses and ferries may go up, and free parking could disappear at the bridge district’s Larkspur lot, because of a budget shortfall.

CONNECT WITH KCBS–02/25/2011

A passenger uses a Clipper card at a fare gate. (CBS)

BART Won’t Make Changes To Stop Clipper Card Fare Cheats

BART says there aren’t enough Clipper smart-card transit cheats to warrant card changes.

KPIX 5 | CBS San Francisco–11/19/2010

A passenger uses a Clipper card at a fare gate. (CBS)

Review Finds Clipper Card Abuse Not Widespread

Most passengers who exited the BART system with a negative balance on their Clipper cards later paid the fare rather than trying to game the system, according to the agency that issues the cards.

CONNECT WITH KCBS–11/18/2010

Larkspur Ferry

Planned Golden Gate Ferry Fee Hikes May Be Scaled Back

Fares for Golden Gate Ferry frequent riders using a fare-discount Clipper Card might not increase as much as proposed, a Golden Gate Bridge Highway and Transportation District spokeswoman said Thursday morning.

CBS San Francisco–11/11/2010

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Clipper Card Loophole Allows $2 Ride To Any BART Station

It turns out a Clipper card feature that lets riders who are unexpectedly short on fare exit the station and pay later isn’t set up in a way so that the rider must eventually pay up.

CONNECT WITH KCBS–11/11/2010

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