You’ll soon be paying more for if you take Muni!
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) is reminding riders that select fares will increase starting July 1.
The fare changes are as follows:
Single-ticket fares paid with the MuniMobile ticketing app or a Clipper Card will cost 50 cents less than onboard cash fares and Limited Use Tickets bought through a Muni Metro station ticket vending machine.
SFMTA officials said the fare increases will allow the agency to “keep pace with labor and other rising costs to ensure the same level of Muni service for all customers.”
You can learn more on sfmta.com/getting-around/muni/fares.
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