excess fare

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excess fare

nsupplemento di prezzo or di tariffa
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He said the checking would be carried out randomly at different places and strict action would be taken on the spot and excess fare would be returned to the passengers.
They added that they had promptly responded to the complaint and took action against the transporter and returned the excess fare to the passengers.
But when he went online to alter his journey time the website said it would take a PS5 fee plus PS9,913.49 in "excess fare" charges.
Passengers, who are travelling on or after 10 October, would have to reach railway stations earlier than usual to queue up before the 'excess fare counters' to pay the difference in fares.
Usually, the longer the destination, the higher the excess fare."
I suspect many would have opted to carry on to Liverpool, paying the excess fare required, so depriving Birkenhead traders of significant custom.
East Coast trains said: "We contacted Professor Evans to discuss this with him and, as we accept this was a genuine mistake, we have cancelled the excess fare he was charged on this occasion as a gesture of goodwill."
The incident described clearly shows that the ticket inspector used discretion in first asking for payment of the excess fare only requiring the woman to leave the bus when she was unable to do so.
The passengers were paid back the excess fare they were charged.
Mitchell's letter was announced within hours of Chancellor (http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/articles/396304/20121019/george-osborne-pays-160-being-caught-fare.htm) George Osborne being forced by a train inspector to pay [pounds sterling]160 excess fare for travelling in a first-class compartment on a standard-class ticket.