BART No Longer Issuing Paper Tickets At SFO As Of June 1The sale of paper BART tickets will be discontinued at the system's San Francisco International Airport station as of June 1, the transit agency announced.
Golden Gate Transit Approves Fare Discount ProgramThe lower fares will be available to eligible passengers only through the Clipper Card program.
BART Phases Out Paper Ticket Sales At Powell Street StationStarting Tuesday, BART's Powell Street station in San Francisco became the latest site in the transit system to phase out the sale of paper tickets.
SF Embarcadero BART Station Goes Clipper Card-Only on MondayStarting Monday, paper tickets will no longer be available for purchase at the Embarcadero station in San Francisco.
BART Begins Pilot Program To Phase Out Paper Tickets In Favor Of Clipper CardsBART is beginning a pilot program Monday that will make Clipper cards the only product available to purchase for train fares at certain stations, starting with the 19th Street Oakland station.
BART To Stop Offering Paper Tickets At 4 Stations In Clipper-Only PushBay Area Rapid Transit plans to stop offering paper tickets and only offer Clipper cards in some of their busiest stations this summer.
New Collectible Clipper Cards Issued In Honor Of Super Bowl 50The new cards can be used on any of 17 Bay Area public transit systems.
Golden Gate Ferry Will Add Service For Friday SF Giants World Series Parade CelebrationGolden Gate Ferry will provide extra ferry service from Larkspur to San Francisco for the Giants' World Series parade on Friday.
San Francisco Muni Fares To Increase First Time In 5 Years Starting September 1stFor the first time in five years, the basic fare to ride San Francisco's Muni is going up 25 cents on September 1st.
Bay Area Commuter Check Benefits To Be Slashed In 2014Starting in 2014, the program that allows Bay Area commuters to use pre-tax dollars from their paychecks to pay for transit and commuting will be slashed nearly in half.
SF Muni Kicks Off Free Fare Program For Young RidersLow- and moderate-income youth between 5 and 17 years old can now ride Muni free with a valid Clipper card as part of a 16-month pilot program that began Friday.