Six more Bay Area transit agencies this month will join the new Clipper START program, which allows lower-income adults age 19-64 to receive fare discounts ranging from 20 percent to 50 percent on transit systems around the region.
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Six Transit Agencies to Join Clipper START Program
Clipper® Turns 10
The Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) today marked the 10th anniversary of the Bay Area’s Clipper electronic transit fare payment card.
Clipper® Expands to More Sonoma County Bus Services
OAKLAND, CA — Clipper, the all-in-one transit fare payment card already accepted on 17 Bay Area transit systems, is officially expanding on Wednesday, Feb.
Make Clipper® Your Game Plan!
OAKLAND, CA — The Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC), in partnership with the Super Bowl 50 Host Committee, has produced three new collectible limited-edition Clipper cards in honor of Su
Help Plan the Future of Clipper
OAKLAND, CA — Where would you like to use Clipper, and how would you like to use it? That’s what the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) and Bay Area transit agencies want to know.
Clipper® Expands to Napa and Solano Counties
OAKLAND, CA — Clipper, the all-in-one transit fare payment card already accepted on nine Bay Area transit systems, today expands its network of participating transit operators to N
Clipper Card Program Attains 20-Million-Monthly Transaction Mark
OAKLAND, CA — The Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) announced today that the popular Clipper® transit fare card program reached its highest usage rate ever, with 20,058,055 transactions
Free Muni for Youth Pilot Program
The “Free Muni for Youth” pilot program launched March 1, 2013, and already 20,000 low- and moderate-income students have signed up for the free SF Muni passes, which are only available on a Clippe
VTA Ticket Vending Machines Adding Value to Clipper Cards
Loading value to your Clipper card just got easier!
MTC, Bay Area Transit Agencies Launch ClipperSM
OAKLAND, CA — The Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) and major Bay Area transit operators today rechristened the region’s all-in-one, reloadable transit fare card as Clip