New scheduling updates expected today in transition to Clipper card 

The new Clipper card logos should already be available on various transit vehicles, and regular distribution of the one-stop fare is scheduled to kick off on June 16.

The Metropolitan Transportation Commission, the region’s lead transportation planning agency, is in the midst of rebranding TransLink, the moniker of the Bay Area’s multi-agency transit fare for the past two decades, as the Clipper card, a name designed to encourage the swiftness and efficiency of the swift-moving Clipper ships from the past.

MTC officials will give an update to the transition at the agency’s TransLink Management Group meeting on Monday afternoon. The updates include the debut of in-station announcements of the new Clipper card, which will begin on May 1, and the launch of the Clipper card website, which is scheduled for mid-June.

New Clipper card logos began appearing at stations on April 22.

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