San Francisco, California – Caltrain passengers will pay half of the ticket price once the agency resumes its full service on Monday.
According to the agency, all prices will be reduced by half for the entire month of April, with the exception of the Go Pass.
According to Caltrain’s Acting Executive Director Michelle Bouchard, “As the region continues to recover from the lingering impacts of the pandemic, we want to remind the public that Caltrain is the travel mode of choice for so many great Bay Area destinations. By reducing our fares for the month of April, we can reward our existing customers for their loyalty and encourage the next generation of public transportation riders to use Caltrain for their travel needs.”
A 104-train schedule will be in place when Caltrain resumes regular service. In order to enable Caltrain electrification signal work in San Mateo and Burlingame, the agency limited service on March 2.
After a train collided with on-track equipment on March 10 and hurt 13 individuals, the project was put on hold.
To finish the electrification work between San Mateo and Burlingame, Caltrain is going to reduce service again from May 2 until May 20.
The agency says that regular weekday service will start back up on May 23rd, as planned.