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BART and samTrans Fare Increases Effective January 2016

BART

Fare increase effective January 1, 2016.

BART’s inflation-based fare increase program is set to slightly raise the price of trips by 3.4% starting on January 1, 2016 in order to help pay for high-priority improvement projects riders will benefit from.

For example, a one-way trip in 2015 between Daly City and Powell Street Station today costs $3.15 – starting in January it will increase to $3.25.  A Fremont to Embarcadero trip will increase from $5.95 to $6.15.  Airport travelers will see a similar small increase – a one-way trip between San Francisco International Airport and Walnut Creek will increase from $10.40 to $10.75.

Visit 2016 BART Fare Chart to view a complete fare chart.

 

samTrans

Fare increase effective January 10, 2016.

San Mateo County Transit District will implement a fare increase effective January 10, 2016.  The changes affect February Monthly passes which will be sold on January 21.

Summary:

  • The premium fare for passengers traveling into S.F. on the KX has been eliminated.
  • Adults riding routes KX, 292 and 397 from SF will still pay for a premium fare.
  • Youth and Eligible Discount fares are now combined into one category; products are not interchangeable.
  • There is about a 10 percent discount when using Clipper cash value.
  • Youth are age 18 and younger.
  • Two children 4 years and younger ride free with one fare-paying adult.
  • For travel in January, the Express Monthly Pass will be available, but a Local/SF Monthly Pass plus cash value may be your best value.

Visit 2016 samTrans Fare Change for more information.