FAST Express fares and routes are changing effective July 1!

  • Effective July 1, 2018, the SolanoExpress Route 20 will no longer exist. Route 20 will be incorporated into the new Blue Line that travels between Sacramento and Pleasant Hill BART. However, customers traveling on the Blue Line will not be able to pay with Clipper for travel to and from Fairfield and Vacaville.
  • The FAST Blue Line will replace routes 30 and 40.
Blue Line Fares
Effective July 1, 2018
Single ride adult fare $5
Single ride youth fare $4
Single ride senior/disabled fare $2.50
Adult Blue Line 31-Day Pass $114
Senior/Disabled Blue Line 31-Day Pass $57

Please note that a Blue Line 31-Day Pass is not available for youth.

  • The FAST Green Express will replace route 90.
    • Fares will remain the same, but there will no longer be a Youth 31-Day Pass option.

Please visit FAST for more information about the route and fare changes.

Prepare for these changes:

Manage your transit benefits by contacting your provider or logging into your transit benefit account. The new Blue Line 31-Day Pass option will become available beginning with the August benefit period.

Make sure your Autoload payment method has sufficient funds available to cover these increases. Clipper recommends adding a backup credit card for your Autoload purchases if you haven’t already done so. Log in to update your Autoload settings.

No refunds will be granted for costs resulting from blocked Clipper cards.

Using Clipper on FAST

You can use Clipper on all FAST routes except for travel on FAST Blue Line service within Solano County. Clipper automatically figures out the cost of your ride, including all discounts and transfers. See Fares and passes for more information on the types of value available.

If you are paying for your ride with cash value, you must have a minimum balance of $6 on an adult or Youth Clipper card or $5.50 on a Senior or RTC Clipper card.

To use Clipper on FAST, locate the Clipper card reader on the bus. Tag your card by holding it flat against the Clipper logo on the reader, and wait for the beep and green light. The card reader either will verify that you have a valid pass and display the expiration date or will deduct the cash value fare and show your remaining balance.

If your card balance is low, the reader will beep twice and display a yellow light. You can still board the bus, but you will need to add value to your card before your next trip. If you do not have enough value on your card, the reader will beep three times and display a red light, and you will not be able to pay your fare with Clipper.

Find additional information on how to use Clipper and ways to add value. Clipper also works with a variety of transit benefits programs.

Download the Clipper on FAST guide.


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