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VTA Light Rail ticket machine

From Transit.Wiki

Ticket machines are available at every VTA Light Rail station. They may be located on the platforms or at the stairways leading to the platforms.

Ticket machines sell:

  • One way ticket (valid for 4 hours throughout the system)
  • Excursion pass (valid only on light rail for 8 hours)
  • Day pass (local buses and light rail)

Ticket machines can also add pass products or e-cash values onto existing Clipper cards.

Ticket machines accept:

  • Cash (change provided)
  • Day pass tokens

Ticket machines will eventually accept credit and ATM cards in the future.

Passengers must have a valid ticket or pass when riding the light rail.

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