How is the San Francisco CityPASS different from a Muni Passport?

The San Francisco CityPASS is not produced and marketed by the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency but instead operates under an independent organization.

So which pass meets your needs? SFMTA provides a table illustrating the differences and price comparisons between the two passes here.

The CityPASS is valid for seven consecutive days on Muni vehicles and cable cars and also admits passholders to several city attractions. The following features are included with the CityPASS:

You can buy a CityPASS from the vendors listed here or online at the CityPASS website. (There is a shipping and handling fee for online purchases.)

 

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