Fast Pass use on BART closer for seniors, disabled

A pilot program that would allow senior and disabled riders to use one Fast Pass to travel on BART and Muni within The City for a fixed price of $10 per month was passed unanimously by BART’s board of directors Thursday.

Muni has been selling a $10 Fast Pass but it was not usable on BART.

BART previously offered seniors and disabled passengers a separate deal that provided $24 worth of rides for $9.

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