When it comes to transit fares, what goes up rarely comes down. But the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency is considering reducing some fares — especially for visitors and for those who rely on monthly passes.
Muni also plans to introduce a day pass to lure more riders.
The MTA Board of Directors will discuss the possible fare changes Tuesday as part of its budget planning process, which will also include consideration of increased fees for everything from residential parking permits to parking citations. The agency needs to close an anticipated $23 million gap for the coming budget year that starts July 1 and $20 million for the following year.
Source: Bay Area News Not a typo: San Francisco’s Muni may cut (some) fares