Muni to stop selling weekly passes

Say goodbye to weekly passes for The City’s buses and light-rail vehicles.

Starting Oct. 6, the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency will no longer offer the $15 passes, which were valid for a full seven days. The pass was just not popular enough among riders, according to MTA spokesman Judson True.

“There was very little use,” True said.

The last weekly pass is being sold for the week of Sept. 29 through Oct. 5. The transit agency recommended purchasing its monthly Fast Pass for $45 or a single-ride token booklet instead. A single ride costs $1.50.

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