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392 EB Saturday
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Transfer Policy And Passes

Transfer Slips/Transferring Buses

Transfer slips are no longer issued on Tri Delta Transit buses. YOU CAN STILL TRANSFER BETWEEN TRI DELTA TRANSIT BUSES. To do so you must have a valid Day Pass, a valid 31-Day Pass, a valid Clipper Card or pay an additional single ride fare. See the complete Transfer Policy at the bottom of the page.

If you need to transfer between Tri Delta Transit buses or if you will be making a round-trip, your best option is to purchase a Day Pass. If you ride frequently, consider purchasing a 31-Day Pass or an East Bay Regional 31-Day Pass (available on Clipper Card) for even greater discounts.

To purchase a Day Pass on the bus, just ask the driver for a Day Pass when you pay your fare. Exact fare is not required; drivers will issue a credit ticket upon request.

A Day Pass is valid for the day of purchase/validation only. Just swipe your validated Day Pass in the farebox each time you board a Tri Delta Transit bus and you can ride as many buses as much as you want for the day the pass is valid.

Day Passes and 31-Day Passes are not valid on paratransit buses.

Transferring to/from County Connection (or other agency) buses Inter-Agency Transfer

You can transfer to a County Connection bus for free at shared bus stops with a valid Inter-Agency Transfer or valid Clipper Card. Just ask the driver for an Inter-Agency Transfer. The Inter-Agency Transfer is issued by the fare box and will allow you to transfer to neighboring transit agency buses at shared bus stops only for a limited amount of time. The Inter-Agency Transfer will not allow you to transfer to another Tri Delta Transit bus. To transfer from another agency’s bus to a Tri Delta Transit bus at a shared bus stop, just get a transfer from the other agency’s bus driver... same as always.

Tri Delta Transit Transfer Policy

Transferring to a Tri Delta Transit bus requires:

  1. A valid Day Pass, 31-Day Pass, 20-Ride Pass, or Clipper Card*
  2. A valid interagency transfer slip from a neighboring agency (accepted at shared bus stops only),
  3. A valid BART transfer slip w/additional BART transfer fee (accepted at BART only. See schedule for current fee), OR
  4. A single ride fare
  5. *Subject to Clipper Card rules and regulations

Transferring to a County Connection bus (or other neighboring agency) requires:

  1. A valid Clipper Card*
  2. A valid Inter-Agency Transfer Slip (accepted at shared bus stops only and subject to neighboring agency’s transfer policy).
  3. *Subject to Clipper Card rules and regulations