Since 2014, the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) and its transit agency partners have invited the public to share what they would like in the next generation of Clipper through surveys, focus groups, stakeholder interviews and public meetings, as well as voicemails and emails.
We are again actively seeking your feedback to further guide the development of the next-generation Clipper system. Tell us more by responding to our newest survey.
MTC and its transit agency partners plan to launch the next generation of Clipper by 2020.
Your feedback is already making a difference in defining the next-generation Clipper system. A few improvements we envision include:
We will post the results of this online survey and offer additional opportunities to voice your opinions on the next-generation Clipper system. You can also always share your Clipper experiences and what you’d like to see in the future, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or via voicemail at 415.778.6680.
Clipper is the transit fare payment system for the San Francisco Bay Area. Launched in 2006 (as TransLink), the system now has close to 2 million cards in circulation and is used for more than 800,000 trips a day. Clipper is accepted on most Bay Area transit services. MTC – the Bay Area’s transportation planning, coordinating and financing agency – operates Clipper in partnership with the region’s transit agencies.