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Caltrain's board last week approved changes to its fare policy that will alter certain ticket prices and fees.The changes were approved after the board sought public input over a two-month period, Caltrain officials said in a press release.The fare policy changes call for:• Caltrain's executive director to gain the authority, effective Aug. 1, to charge fees up to $25 a day at impacted stations for special events at the San Mateo Event Center and professional sports venues.• The cost of a paper one-way ticket ride to increase by 25 cents and day passes by 50 cents, effective Oct. 5. The cost of a one-way ride will remain the same for those using Clipper passes.• A Go Pass to increase by $15 to $180 per participant, with a minimum participation level of $15,120, effective Oct, 5. In 2016, the cost of the Go Pass will increase to $190 per participant, with a minimum participation level of $15,960.• The "Youth" classification, which provides a 50 percent discount over the full fare, to be expanded from 17 years to 18 years, effective Jan. 1, 2015.
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