Can you use Clipper card on AC Transit?

AC Transit accepts the following on a Clipper card: Cash value: For single rides. Clipper customers get a discount of 25 cents for adults and 13 cents for youth, senior and disabled riders on all local routes. Transbay 31-day pass: Unlimited transbay and local rides for adults for 31 days.

What is a Youth Clipper card?

Youth and Senior Clipper cards calculate discounted fares based on age and eligibility. Cards are available for youth 5 to 18 and seniors 65 and over. Step 1: CARDHOLDER CONTACT INFORMATION All fields in Step 1 are required except email.

Are youth Clipper cards free?

Current Free Muni for Youth participants can continue to use their Clipper card for free fares or request a new pass, which is also available to San Francisco youth 18 years and younger, regardless of household income. For access in Muni Metro stations, enter at the gate closest to the station agent booth.

Is AC Transit collecting fares?

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. Not using the front entrance means not collecting fares — effectively making AC Transit free. Fares normally run from $2.50 up to $6 for the Transbay bus lines.

Is the AC Transit free?

Countless Improvements. Hop on board and see what you’ve been missing. Along with providing free rides, Fare-Free Fridays offers the chance to check out AC Transit’s new products and procedures, implemented to keep our community healthy and moving. We’ve been working on countless improvements so you can count on us.

Can you take money off a Clipper card?

7. REFUNDS. 7.1 A Cardholder may request a refund of the remaining cash value on a Registered Card with a minimum $5 cash value balance by mailing a completed Clipper Cancellation Form, which is available at Refunds are subject to the fees in Section 10.

Can you use Clipper card for more than one person?

Multiple Clipper cards can be purchased with cash using multiple individual transactions. You can use a debit card three times per day to purchase Clipper cards individually, so you can purchase a maximum of three Clipper cards in a day with the same debit card.

Do youth Clipper cards expire?

There is no fee for Youth and Senior Clipper cards. How do I load the card, and does the amount ever expire? Cash value on your card is used on a per-ride basis if you do not have a Monthly Pass. Cash on your card won’t expire; time-limited passes and tickets will expire.

How much is on my Clipper card?

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.

Clipper is the Bay Area’s all-in-one transit card and the preferred way to pay AC Transit fares. With Clipper, riders can load cash or passes onto their card and enjoy discounts on single ride fares and Day passes, as well as get exclusive access to prepaid 31-day passes.

Where is the Clipper card reader on the bus?

Clipper automatically figures out the cost of your ride, including all discounts and transfers. See Fares and passes for more information on the types of value available. To use Clipper on AC Transit, locate the Clipper card reader on the bus, either attached to the pole on your left as you board or near the fare box.

When do I get free ride on the Clipper?

Clipper knows when to give you free and discounted rides when you transfer. Free ride on any route within 2 hours of first boarding an AC Transit transbay bus. Discounted ride on a transbay route within 2 hours of boarding a local AC Transit bus. Discount of 50 cents on local ride within 90 minutes of exiting BART.

Is the Transbay 31 day pass valid on Clipper?

Available on Clipper as a prepaid fare for riders paying Adult fares, a Transbay 31-day pass is valid for 31 consecutive days. Riders who purchase a Transbay 31-day pass can take unlimited Transbay rides to and from the East Bay, as well as travel on all AC Transit local lines.