Senior citizens can now visit one of the eight MyTransitPlus kiosks located in the downtown San Francisco BART stations: Embarcadero, Montgomery Street, Powell Street and Civic Center; and in the East Bay, the Richmond, Coliseum/Oakland Airport, Bay Fair and Walnut Creek BART stations.
Some purchasing limits apply. Or apply in person at a Clipper Customer Service Center. To get a Clipper discount card and receive the BART 50% discount for youth (age 5 to 18 years) or 62.5% discount for seniors (age 65 and over) submit your application by mail, email or fax to receive the card via mail.
One may also ask, where can I buy green BART tickets? If not, and a senior, Green paper BART tickets can be purchased at San Francisco Downtown stations along Market, Lake Merritt, Bayfair, Richmond, or Walnut Creek.
Consequently, how much are senior BART tickets?
Fares and passes. Clipper is the easiest way to get a discount on your BART fare. Customers paying with any kind of paper ticket have to pay a surcharge (50 cents for adults, 25 cents for youth, and 19 cents for senior and disabled riders) on every trip.
Where can I buy a BART Senior Clipper card?
Because there is a limited number of locations that accept Youth and Senior Clipper Card applications, seniors 65 and older old may immediately get their senior Clipper card at County Connection in Concord, Tri Delta Transit in Antioch and Wheels in Livermore.
How do you pay for BART tickets?
Most BART stations sell tickets and Clipper cards through automatic vending machines that accept nickels, dimes, quarters and $1 coins, as well as $1, $5, $10 and $20 bills. There is a one-time $3 per card purchase charge from Clipper. Credit and debit cards may be used at all stations in select machines.
Can I get a Senior Clipper card at Walgreens?
Clipper cards can be purchased at www.clippercard.com, one of Clipper’s retailers such as Walgreens or at the Caltrain office in San Carlos. Adult cards cost $3. Youth and Senior cards are free.
How do I get a Senior Clipper card?
To get a card immediately, you can apply in person at a Clipper Customer Service Center or participating transit partner location (see in-person locations here). Clipper Customer Service will mail your card directly to the address you provide on your application.
How much does a BART ticket cost?
BART Tickets: Purchase a minimum $2.50 ticket to a maximum $69 in 5-cent and $1.00 increments. Each credit card is limited to 2 transactions per card per rolling day and a rolling 2 day limit of $69. You can purchase up to 5 tickets per transaction.
What age is senior for Bart?
How much is a Clipper card?
Adult Clipper cards cost $3. Clipper waives this fee if you set up Autoload when you order your card online. If you buy a card at a Muni Metro or Golden Gate Ferry ticket machine or a SMART fare machine, you must add a minimum value to your card.
Is there a Clipper card app?
The new Clipper system, they said Friday, will allow riders to use their mobile phones to pay fares or add value to their cards. The mobile app is scheduled to arrive in 2021, with all existing readers and other equipment replaced the same year.
Can I use my senior Clipper card on BART?
Using Clipper on BART You can use cash value, a High Value Discount (HVD) ticket or—within San Francisco—a Muni “A” Adult Fast Pass to ride BART with your Clipper card. Clipper offers discounts for youths, seniors and disabled passengers with an appropriate discount card.
Is Muni free for seniors?
To qualify for Free Muni for Seniors or People with Disabilities, you must meet all of the following qualifications: San Francisco resident. A senior (65+) or a person with a qualified disability (19-64) Meet the income requirements, which are based on household size and making the Bay Area median income.
Is Bart safe?
BART is a closed, pay-as-you-go system. It should be more secure than the streets it travels through. But BART, in fact, often answers the safety question by comparing its crime rate to that of the cities it serves, because crime on BART tends to mirror trends on the streets. It shouldn’t be that way.
Can I pay for BART parking online?
There is no method to pay for BART parking online right now. Like most paid parking systems, you pay at or near the lot. If you forgot to pay for parking and you’ve already boarded a train, then it’s too late. Let it go, or take BART back to the station and pay.
How Much Is Muni for seniors?
Increasing fares Fare Type Price Discount (Youth*/Senior/People with Disabilities) Monthly Pass (Muni Only) $36.00 Adult Single Ride Fare (Cash and Limited Use Card) $2.50 Discount Single Ride Fare (Youth to 18 years, Seniors and People with Disabilities) (Cash and Limited Use Card) $1.25
Do BART tickets expire?
For all practical purposes BART tickets are “cash.” They don’t expire, the amount is just deducted for each trip and, when you end up with a balance of zero, the turnstile “eats” the ticket.