Consolidating old bart tickets
We recommend that you use the fare gates such as the ones located at West Portal station to download the product onto your One Card/ Gator Pass.Muni fare gates are online and are connected to the transportation database directly whereas the trains and buses have to download the database whenever they return back to their station.Buses such as the "28" or the "57" take longer to receive information about your One Card/ Gator Pass than the train system.The “M” line is also more up to date than the buses and we recommend trying to tag your card on the transponders inside the “M” line train to download your discount/pass on your One Card/ Gator Pass.Coming in Fall of 2017, One Card will include a transit pass with unlimited rides on SF Muni trains and buses (excluding cable cars) with a 25% discount on all BART rides to and from Daly City Station. Paul Leonard Library card for all students, faculty, and staff.It is also a door access card for residential students.Once the pass downloads on your card it should work on any Muni system train, bus or trolley (except Cable Cars).
You can also register Gator Pass card and check your “View Recent Activity” report on High Value Discount (HVD) products do not work in conjunction with your Gator Pass for the duration of its activation time.
This benefit will continue to be activated on the first day of Fall or Spring semester in which you are enrolled as a student.
The transit benefit will be active on all days (weekdays, weekends and holidays) throughout Fall or Spring semester, but will not be active over the summer term or during the January intercession term.
Clipper is the all-in-one transit card for the Bay Area.
It can hold all transit passes, such as the SF University Pass for Muni, Higher Ed discount product for BART or other products for all major Bay Area transit systems.
You may use your One Card/ Gator Pass for any BART travel, but the discount will only be applied for travel to and from the Daly City BART Station.