Caltrain Asks Public's Input in Changes to "Go Pass"

Caltrain will present the proposed changes to its board of directors at the Dec. 5 meeting. If approved, the changes will take effect Jan. 1, 2014.

Caltrain is holding a series of public forums this week to discuss changes proposed to its "Go Pass" and Group Sales programs. These programs are covered by Caltrain's codified tariff, which outlines the agency's fare policy. 

Proposals to be considered include: Providing a 10 percent discount to fare- paying groups of 25 or more that pre-purchase tickets, allowing companies purchasing Go Pass annual passes to include all of their employees (including those that work less than 20 hours a week) and interns, expanding the annual Go Pass program to include residential complexes, with eligible residents being those who are five years old and older.

Caltrain will present the proposed changes to its board of directors at the Dec. 5 meeting. If approved, the changes will take effect Jan. 1, 2014.

Community Meeting Details:

Tuesday, Nov. 19, 5pm - 6pm
San Francisco Caltrain Station, 700 Fourth St.

Wednesday, Nov. 20, 4pm-5pm
Caltrain Admin Office Auditorium, 2nd Floor, 1250 San Carlos Ave., San Carlos

Thursday, Nov. 21, 3pm-4pm
Palo Alto Caltrain Station southbound platform by ticket machines, 95 University Ave.

Thursday, Nov. 21, 5pm-6pm
Millbrae Caltrain Station, concourse, 100 California Drive

The draft Codified Tariff is available for viewing at the Caltrain Administrative Office or online atwww.caltrain.com/tariff.

Prior to Caltrain Board action, comments may be sent by mail, e-mail or phone to:
Peninsula Corridor Joint Powers Board 
JPB Secretary
P.O. Box 3006, San Carlos, CA 94070-1306


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