BART in Downtown Berkeley became the latest Clipper-only station Tuesday where passengers no longer have the option to purchase legacy magnetic stripe paper tickets at …
Starting 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. …
Starting Monday, riders will no longer be able to purchase magstripe paper tickets at the 19th Street Oakland BART station. The transit agency is moving …
Muni cash fares and monthly Fast Passes will rise starting on July 1.
Commuters headed from the Richmond into San Francisco will have one additional option for crossing the Bay.
The Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority is offering free rides Friday on all bus and light rail service due to the persistent and unhealthy air quality.
Caltrain will add an additional day to its monthly pass rate starting next month.
The pilot program begins in April when 250 pedal-assist e-bikes will be added to San Francisco’s Ford GoBike network.
A New Year means higher fares for BART riders, especially for those who use paper tickets.
The Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority announced Monday that a new fare structure will see adult fares increase and youth fares decrease.
Before a 50-cent surcharge on paper tickets takes effect, BART is offering some relief.
BART is attempting to get Clipper cards in the hands of low-income riders before a 50-cent surcharge kicks in.
A Clipper card-only entrance inside the BART Downtown Berkeley Station debuted Monday morning after the entrance was closed for several years.
Muni riders who have already purchased a monthly Muni Fast Pass for July may have noticed a bump in price.
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency will be ushering the New Year with higher Muni fares starting on Jan. 1, 2017.
Caltrain stations will soon feature new devices to help passengers with visual impairments locate Clipper card readers.
A six-month pilot program will offer cash rewards to BART riders who avoid commuting during peak times.
The SFMTA is stepping up efforts to wean Muni riders off paying cash for single rides.
Daily Muni riders are sure to notice that the cost of monthly Muni Fast Passes are creeping up again starting in September.
Uber officials Wednesday announced a partnership with a real estate developer to encourage car-free living in San Francisco.