Is there a full day pass available for buses in San Francisco?

I know about MUNI passes but do they include just cable cars or buses also?


Yes, the day passes include all of Muni buses, from TripAdvisor:

Muni offers 1, 3, and 7 day "Visitor Passports" which allow the user to ride all forms of Muni transportation, including the cable cars, the modern and historic (F-line) streetcars, the various diesel and electric (trolley) buses for a single flat rate and from SFMTA:

A Visitor Passport can be purchased for 1, 3, or 7 consecutive days of unlimited rides on Muni, Muni Metro, historic streetcars, and cable cars. Single ride cable car tickets are also available.

Sources: SFMTA, TripAdvisor

  • Thanks for guidance. Does this include buses too?i am sorry am bit confused. It includes bus, cable cars, f-line street cars?
    – 404
    Mar 6 '15 at 19:21
  • @404 as the answer suggests, yes. Mar 6 '15 at 19:23
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    What's interesting is that if you do not want to use cable cars at all, it is WAY cheaper to pay each bus trip, as a 90-minute ticket is worth 2.25$ and a day pass is worth 17$ (more than 6 times 90 minute tickets, i.e. 9 hours just riding buses/light rail). You can get a Clipper card in many convenience stores to avoid carrying change all the time.
    – Vince
    Mar 6 '15 at 20:42
  • Can i use that 2.25$ bus ticket multiple times?within 90-minutes?Or it is just for one trip?
    – 404
    Mar 6 '15 at 23:14
  • The $2.25 bus ticket ($0.75 for youth and senior citizens) is a 90-minute ticket good for as many MUNI vehicles as you can manage. MUNI is somewhat unusual in that it runs: diesel bus, trolley coach (electric bus with overhead wires), cable car (unique, of course), historic streetcar, and a convertible streetcar that runs as a subway in downtown and a streetcar at street level. They must need a lot of different mechanics. If you pay cash, you either get a paper transfer from the driver or a printed receipt from a machine, depending what mode of transport. Your expiration time is printed there. Mar 9 '15 at 4:54

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