Muni fares

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Muni fares can ba paid with cash, Clipper cards, or with MuniMobile ­čô▒ app. Cable cars have seperate fares. The entire Muni bus and rail network uses proof of payment fare system. Passengers with a valid ticket or pass can board any door (cash customers need to board at the front door to obtain a transfer). Riders caught without a valid ticket or transfer can be cited.

Passengers that can board through any door:

  1. Those with valid paper pass or transfer.
  2. Clipper users need to tap their card at the reader when boarding and must have sufficient value or a valid pass/transfer.
  3. MuniMobile users.

Passengers that must board through the front door:

  1. Cash or token customers - They need to obtain a valid transfer after paying the fare and keep it as proof of payment.
  2. Riders with disabilities that need to use the wheelchair lift/ramp.

Contents

Single ride fares

Muni buses, Muni Metro and historic streetcars

Cash Clipper or
MuniMobile
Day pass
(MuniMobile only)
Adult $2.75 $2.50 $5
Youth (5-18) $1.35 $1.25 -
Senior (65 or over) $1.35 $1.25 -
Disabled $1.35 $1.25 -

A paper transfer will be issued upon cash payment. Your transfer will permit free boardings on all Muni vehicles except cable cars for the next 2 hours. You must keep your transfer as proof of payment when riding Muni.

Cable cars

Cash Clipper or MuniMobile
Adult $7 $7
Youth (5-17) $7 $7
Senior (65 or over) between 7am-9pm $7 $7
Senior (65 or over) between 9pm-7am $3 $3
All Day Passport (all Modes) $22 $12

No transfer will be issued or accepted.

Monthly passes

Good for all Muni vehicles (including cable cars) unless specified otherwise. All regular adult, youth, and senior monthly passes are available on Clipper Cards only.

Pass type Price Details
Adult "A" Fast Pass $94 Also valid on BART for trips within San Francisco.
Adult "M" Fast Pass $78 Muni only. No BART
Youth (5-17) $39
Senior (65 or over) $39
Disabled $39 To be loaded on Regional Transit Discount card (Clipper).
Lifeline Pass $39 Available only to qualified low income individuals. Not valid on cable cars. Not available on Clipper.

Low income seniors and youth may be eligible for free access on Muni.

Passport

Primarily designed for tourists. Good on all Muni vehicles.

Muni provides Passports valid for 1 day, 3 days and 7 days. Passports can be purchased in advance from selected vendors or with Clipper or MuniMobile.

Days Cash Clipper
MuniMobile
1-day $22 $12
3-day $33 $29
7-day $43 $39

Inter-agency fare arrangements

Adult Muni "A" Fast Pass is valid for unlimited travel on BART between any stations within San Francisco (Embarcadero and Balboa Park).

BART to Muni transfers provide discounted fares on Muni (Transfers issued in Daly City provide free connection). Riders need to use Clipper card in order to receive the discount.

A 50 cent discount off the adult single ride fare is available when transferring to and from the following agencies when using a Clipper Card: