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Parking permits for 2021-22 now available

Commuter and resident parking permits for the new fiscal year are now available for online purchase from Stanford Transportation. Department, vendor and contractor parking permits also are available.

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New Clipper card app available for your iPhone or Android device

Until now, Clipper cards have been the only way to tag on and off with a Caltrain Go Pass or to validate transit fares. Now, those who prefer the convenience of using their phones can transfer their Go Passes and transit fares to the Clipper on Your Phone app.

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Marguerite returns to pre-pandemic passenger capacity

Beginning July 19, capacity limits will be lifted on all Marguerite buses. Face coverings will continue to be required for passengers regardless of their vaccination status.

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Parking maintenance in June and July

Scheduled parking lot maintenance on Stanford's main campus in June and July means parking permit holders will need to avoid the affected lots.

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Main campus returns to weekday parking enforcement

Beginning June 16, Stanford will return to weekday enforcement for commuter parking; parking at the main campus will no longer be enforced 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

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Free door-to-door service to vaccination sites

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Marguerite service changes

Schedule changes for Lines MC, X, Y, RP, RWC, and S are being made to better align with Caltrain's updated weekday timetable

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Caltrain Go Passes extended for employees and ‘by request’ for Pilot Go Pass

No action required for employees; graduate students and postdoctoral scholars must inform us for their pass to remain active.

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Marguerite service adjustments coming on Dec. 14 and Jan. 4; limited service during winter closure

Schedule changes are being made to better align with Caltrain's updated weekday timetable; Line OCA service returns

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New Discount Transit Program Now Available for Low-Income Riders

Clipper START is a pilot program that offers single-ride transit fare discounts for eligible low-income individuals in the San Francisco Bay Area.

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