fare increase


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Noun1.fare increase - increase in the sum charged for riding in a public conveyancefare increase - increase in the sum charged for riding in a public conveyance
increment, increase - the amount by which something increases; "they proposed an increase of 15 percent in the fare"
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The regulated fare increase pushes some commuters into the PS5,000-a-year "club", with annual season tickets to London from Deal and Dover Priory costing PS5,012.
Unfortunately, Arriva have failed to listen and residents have every right to feel aggrieved at yet another fare increase.
The average fare increase for England is calculated by adding 3% to RPI, meaning a hike of 6.
A series of demonstrations will be held at railway stations across the country to co-incide with news of another fare increase.
A series of demonstrations were being held at railway stations across the country to coincide with news of another fare increase.
LTD is considering its first cash fare increase since 2008, when the price went up 25 cents to the current $1.
We are looking at a fare increase of at least five per cent.
Sir - The 10% fare increase by Arriva Trains - now, thanks to the peculiarly British attitude to ownership of national assets, owned by Deutsche Bahn - is yet another example of how we have forgotten how capitalism works.
said he would put a proposed 20 percent fare increase on hold until a top-to-bottom "expert" review of MBTA finances is completed in November.
And they won a pledge from Virgin's commercial director Graham Leech that the company would think again about the fare increase.
A rival company, Premier Cars, decided that a fare increase of almost a 13% was warranted from around the same date.