In the spring, the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) and its transit agency partners invited you to share what you wanted in the next generation of Clipper through an online survey and public comments. We also conducted focus groups and stakeholder interviews. Results from these activities will be available here in fall 2017. In the meantime, you can continue to share what you would like in the future of Clipper via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or voicemail at 415.778.6680.
We started seeking feedback in 2014, including through an earlier survey. Thanks to those who provided input, we could start to envision improvements such as:
We look forward to incorporating your recent feedback into our continued planning for Clipper.
For full details about the results of earlier public engagement activities, download the 2015 Future of Clipper Summary of Public Input (PDF), and check back here soon for the most recent results.
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.