San Francisco Municipal Transportation
Agency (SFMTA)

- Muni buses
- Light Rail
- Street Cars
- Cable Cars

Public transportation is the most convenient and economical way to get around in San Francisco.  

Muni buses, Light Rail (MUNI), Street Cars, and Cable Cars:
The SFMTA muni buses, Cable & Street Cars, and light rail service the San Francisco area.
You can find out about routes by downloading their app or going online to their “Online Trip Planner” and enter your origination and destination information.
Trip Planner

You can purchases tickets/passes by cash or credit card at the ticket vending machines or online.
You can also purchase a Clipper Card, which is a reloadable add-value card.  
It works for most modes of public transportation in the Bay Area. 

Another option is a Pass.  A pass gives you unlimited riding on the day (or days) specified on the pass. Simply show your Day Pass to the driver when you board or load to your Clipper card.
For specific information click on the following link:
Fare information

What is a Clipper Card and how does it work?
Clipper card is an easy, quick, useful, & convenient way to pay for public transportation in the Bay Area.
The Clipper card is a reusable, stored value card. 
Just tap your Clipper card over the card reader and your payment will be deducted instantly.
You can reload or add value to the Clipper Card at Muni and Bart stations and Walgreens retail stores in the San Francisco area.

You can purchase adult Clipper cards at:

  • Walgreens, Whole Foods and other retail locations
    Transit agency ticket offices and Clipper Customer Service Centers
    Muni Metro and Golden Gate Ferry ticket machines (minimum value required)
    Adult Clipper cards cost $3.
    For information on how to obtain a Youth or Senior  discount Clipper card, visit Clipper Discounts.


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