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    Upcoming Muni Fare Changes: January 1, 2017

    The SFMTA will be implementing fare changes on January 1, 2017 as approved by the SFMTA Board of Directors in this fiscal year’s budget).

    Our existing reduced fare programs, including the Lifeline pass and Free Muni for eligible low- and moderate-income youth, seniors and persons with disabilities remain.

    As part of Muni fare changes, single-trip Muni fares paid with a Clipper ® Card or the MuniMobile app will cost 25 cents less than on-board cash fares and Limited Use Tickets purchased at Muni Metro stations. Clipper and MuniMobile users who activate their fares after 8:30 p.m. will also get to ride Muni all night (cash payers will continue to enjoy this benefit).

    This is just one part of a set of January fare changes, which also include an extension of the youth fare discount to everyone 18 or younger (previously set at 17 years old).  See details in the PDF below:

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    All fare changes can be found on our Fares and Passes webpage. We are encouraging everyone who currently pays with cash or Limited Use Tickets to get their Clipper Card, visit any Walgreens or go to the Clipper Card Center at the Embarcadero Muni Metro/BART station. An easy way to pay for Muni one trip at a time is on our MuniMobile payment app.

     

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