How do I pay for my BART ticket?
Also, how do you pay for BART tickets?
Most BART stations sell tickets and Clipper cards through automatic vending machines that accept nickels, dimes, quarters and $1 coins, as well as $1, $5, $10 and $20 bills. There is a one-time $3 per card purchase charge from Clipper. Credit and debit cards may be used at all stations in select machines.
Furthermore, does Bart check tickets? BART currently has six fare inspectors who work during the day on weekdays. In January, BART Police started enforcing a new Proof of Payment Ordinance allowing fare inspectors to check for valid fare inside the BART system. Since March, 3,813 citations have been issued.
One may also ask, how much is a BART ticket?
BART Tickets: Purchase a minimum $2.50 ticket to a maximum $69 in 5-cent and $1.00 increments. Each credit card is limited to 2 transactions per card per rolling day and a rolling 2 day limit of $69. You can purchase up to 5 tickets per transaction.
How do BART tickets work?
When you enter a BART station, you will find pay stations with charts listing fares to each station. Respective costs going to stations will be reflected from every station. You can also use the fare calculator to find how much fares are beforehand. Machines take bills up to $20 as well as credit and debit cards.