Coins: You can use any U.S. coin up to $1.00 in value. Insert them one at a time. Foreign coins and slugs will be rejected.
Cash: The farebox will accept $1, $5, $10 and $20 bills. Bills need to be unfolded and inserted one at a time.
Note: Fareboxes do not make change. Please use exact fare when boarding.
Day Pass Tokens: Simply drop your token in the coin insertion slot and a “smart” Day Pass will be automatically issued. The farebox will not accept any tokens other than VTA day pass tokens.
Boarding with a Day Pass: If you are using a “smart” Day Pass, tag it on the target on the left-hand side of the farebox. If you have a Day Pass from light rail, simply show it to the operator.
Boarding with a Clipper Card: Tag Clipper cards on the Clipper reader located next to the farebox.
Transfers: To board using a paper transfer or pass from ACE, or Capitol Corridor, give your transfer or show your pass to the coach operator. To board using a Highway 17 Express or MST pass, just swipe the pass in the magnetic stripe reader.
The fareboxes will ensure accurate fare collection and provide information to help VTA better focus its service to the ever-changing needs of its passengers.
Temporary Bus Stop Closure: for lines 72, 73, 3/12 - 3/29
Light Rail Service Disruption: Bus Bridge Between Paseo de San Antonio and San Fernando Stations
VTA Service Impacts: due to Levi's Stadium Event 3/26
Give Input on New VTA Service Alerts System: VTA is reviewing its service alert methods. Your input will help ensure the new system meets your needs.