BART, Muni extend senior pass program by another six months 

BART and the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency have extended a joint pilot program that allows senior and disabled passengers unlimited access to both systems in The City.

For the last 18 months, the two agencies have worked together to create the “P” pass, a $26 monthly fare that provides for Muni and BART service in San Francisco. The “P” pass is $5 more than Muni’s regular adult and disabled monthly Fast Pass ticket.

On Tuesday, the agencies announced they would add six months more to the pilot project, extending the test period to the end of January 2012.

The passes are awarded on a first-come, first-served basis to the first 1,000 senior and disabled passengers. Passes become available at the beginning of the third week of each month at three different locations: The SFMTA’s customer service center on 11 South Van Ness Ave., the Market and Powell cable car sales booth, and the Geary and Park Presidio sales booth.

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