- Single Ride - $1.00(Regular & Express & Limited Stop Buses, Light Rail)
- Community Bus - 50¢
- 8-Hour Light Rail Pass - $2.00
- Day Pass (Senior Clipper)- $2.50 (Clipper Only)
- Monthly Pass (Senior Clipper) - $25.00 (Clipper Only)
Passengers aged 65 and older qualify for the discounted senior fare when riding VTA. Proof of age is required when paying the discounted senior rate. Acceptable proof of age are:
California Driver’s License
California ID Card
Passport (U.S. or Foreign)
Alien Registration Card
Seniors can pay cash for a single ride on bus or light rail. Passengers can also pre-pay using the Senior Clipper Card.
Persons who are 65 and over can get Senior Clipper Card that can be loaded with a Senior Monthly Pass or Clipper cash value. The cash value can be used to pay for single rides as needed or earn a Day Pass through the Day Pass Accumulator feature. Passengers can load value to their Senior Clipper Card at a variety of locations including any Walgreens store and any VTA Light Rail ticket vending machine.
Seniors who qualify to travel with an attendant at the discounted rate must use a Regional Transit Connection (RTC) card. Passengers can apply for the RTC card at our Downtown Customer Service Center or the administrative offices at River Oaks.
Notices & Service AlertsLast update: 10/18/2016
Night Utility Inspections Near Light Rail 10/23 - 11/11: VTA will be conducting underground utility inspections along North 1st Street. The work will generate minor noise and traffic impacts. There will be no impact to light rail service.
Santa Clara Pedestrian Undercrossing Construction 11/24-28: Construction and excavation work to extend the current pedestrian undercrossing at the Santa Clara Caltrain Station all the way through to Brokaw Road,