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Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Cost of Muni FastPasses Probably Won't Go Up

Posted By on Wed, Mar 19, 2008 at 9:12 AM

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The MTA Board of Directors hasn't made an official decision yet, but at a meeting last night, they made it clear that raising the cost of the $45 FastPass was unlikely, according to an article in today's Chronicle. Muni had proposed raising the cost of the pass to as much as $60 over the next two years. But MTA Director, Shirley Black, told the audience, "I would like to do anything but raise the fares." Car owners probably won't be so lucky. Higher parking fees and fines are still on the table and MTA officials seem more likely to approve those changes then penalize public transportation riders with fare increases. –Andy Wright

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