bus fare

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Noun1.bus fare - the fare charged for riding a bus or streetcar
fare, transportation - the sum charged for riding in a public conveyance
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30 Entrance to club - pounds 5 Short taxi ride - pounds 3 Bus fare -pounds 2 Tin of beans - 43p Loaf of bread -42p Kebab -pounds 2.
He also promised us a signed Southampton shirt for our raffle because he didn't pay his bus fare - but we're still waiting for it.
24 /PRNewswire/ -- North County Transit District (NCTD) announced that starting November 1st the BREEZE bus fare will increase from $1.
Each of these series sigs included a running tally of what the kids had paid in bus fare since the beginning of school.
Police arrested 58 people, including 19 minors, after a protest against a bus fare price increase turned violent, and thousands of stone-throwing students and workers battled with police and looted stores late into the night.
Owners of public transportation vehicles in Jakarta have threatened to order their workers off the job April 10 unless their demands for a bus fare increase by up to 400% are met, local newspapers said Monday.
The transportation revenue bonds are primarily secured by operating receipts, which include subway and bus fare revenues, and operating subsidies.
Most pupils are allocated places in their catchment area and if the parent - it's often just the one - cannot afford the bus fare to go beyond, then any choice is removed.
Thiruvananthapuram: The home budgets of Kerala residents looked set for another crunch as the state cabinet on Wednesday decided to appoint a sub-committee to study the issue of bus fare hike in the backdrop of the recent hike in diesel prices.
LAHORE -- Daily commuters are highly perturbed that the private public transporters are defrauding them by charging bus fare on the basis of diesel use, but they actually run minibuses and vans on cheaper CNG.
The hearings, on Monday and on May 14, will give the public a chance to comment on a proposal to increase the one-way bus fare by 25 cents and the all-day fare by 50 cents.
Mr Anderson also claimed: "In cases where people have fallen into crime because they are desperate, having to travel six miles and pay for the bus fare may not seem a lot to you and me, but it could just make things worse.