Golden Gate Bridge tolls, ferry and bus fares increase

Drivers began paying an additional $.25 to cross the Golden Gate Bridge starting Sunday, bridge district officials said. 

The FasTrak fare is now $7. The Pay-by-Plate fare is $8 and the FasTrak carpool fare $5.

Multi-axle rates also went up, according to the Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District. 

Fares also went up for rides on Alameda-Contra Costa Transit District, or AC Transit, buses. The cash fare for an adult single ride is now $2.35 while the local adult 31-day pass is $84.60, AC Transit officials said.

The adult day pass remains unchanged at $5. 

Fares also increased on the Golden Gate Ferry and on Golden Gate Transit regional buses. The Marin local bus fare and Giants Ferry fare will stay the same.
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