- 1 How do I use Clipper app on Muni?
- 2 Can I use MuniMobile on BART?
- 3 How do you pay for the bus in San Francisco?
- 4 Does Muni take cash?
- 5 How does the Muni app work?
- 6 Does the Clipper card work for Muni?
- 7 Can you scan Clipper card twice?
- 8 How do I activate my Clipper card?
- 9 How do I check my Clipper card balance?
- 10 Are SF buses free?
- 11 Is BART and MUNI the same?
- 12 How much does Muni bus cost?
- 13 Do Clipper cards expire?
How do I use Clipper app on Muni?
On your Android phone, you can transfer your existing plastic card in Google Pay using the Clipper app.
- Download the Clipper app.
- Log in to your account or create a new account.
- Select the card you want to transfer, then click “Add to Google Pay”
- Follow the instructions to transfer your plastic card to Google Pay.
Can I use MuniMobile on BART?
MuniMobile is a Muni-only service. Discounts associated with transferring from other agencies and transferring from Daly City BART to Muni are only available through Clipper.
How do you pay for the bus in San Francisco?
San Francisco Bus Fares
- Adults: $3.00 (Clipper card/MuniMobile: $2.50)
- Seniors: $1.50 (Clipper card/MuniMobile: $1.25)
- Kids (5-18): $1.50 (Clipper card/MuniMobile: $1.25)
- Age 4 and below: free.
Does Muni take cash?
Use your Clipper card on all Bay Area transit systems, including Muni. Cash: Fares can be paid on surface transportation with any U.S. currency or coin; exact change is required.
How does the Muni app work?
As the name implies, MuniMobile is specific for the Muni transit system. Mobile tickets work through visual validation by SFMTA staff so to board or enter metro faregates, flash your phone screen to the vehicle operator or station agent. With visual validation there’s no tapping at the gate.
Does the Clipper card work for Muni?
Muni accepts the following on a Clipper card: Cash value: For single rides. Clipper customers get discounts of 25 cents for adults and 10 cents for youth, seniors and disabled riders on Muni buses and light rail. You need $1.25 on a Youth, Senior or RTC Clipper card to board if you are paying with cash value.
Can you scan Clipper card twice?
Your clipper card is programmed to allow you unlimited free transfers to other Muni routes for a 90-minute window after you tag the first time to pay your initial fare. So, although your trips are free, you still need to tag on each time you change routes. If you don’t, you risk being cited for fare evasion.
How do I activate my Clipper card?
If you added a Clipper card directly through your mobile wallet, you will need to register your card online or in the Clipper app. Youth, Senior and RTC Clipper cards are automatically registered, but you’ll need to give us a call at 877.878. 8883 (TDD/TTY: 711 or 800.735.
How do I check my Clipper card balance?
Call the Clipper Customer Service Center at 877-878-8883 and use the automated phone service to hear your balance and your last 10 transactions. You can also log in to your regular Clipper account to see your balance and download a transaction history.
Are SF buses free?
AC Transit has suspended fare collections, so all rides on the East Bay’s primary bus service will be free for the remainder of the coronavirus pandemic. Unlike San Francisco’s Muni buses, which have Clipper readers at both the front and rear entrances, AC Transit buses have fare collections only in the front.
Is BART and MUNI the same?
BART is a rapid transit system that serves four of the nine Bay Area counties. MUNI is San Francisco’s public transportation system.
How much does Muni bus cost?
Whereas cash fares — predominantly paid by lower-income people of color in San Francisco — will not go down, but will remain at $3 per fare through 2022. Single rides paid for on Clipper cards will rise from $2.50 per ride to $2.80 in November after San Francisco passes its budget, and $2.90 in mid- 2021.
Do Clipper cards expire?
Cash on your card won’t expire; time-limited passes and tickets will expire. To load a Monthly Pass or cash, customers with Clipper cards (Adult, Youth, Senior, Disabled) can load their products immediately by going to: Participating transit agencies.