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fare stage

n
1. (Automotive Engineering) a section of a bus journey for which a set charge is made
2. (Automotive Engineering) a bus stop marking the end of such a section
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Translations

fare stage

n (for bus) → tronco
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Wrexham County Borough Council councillor for Rossett, Hugh Jones, said they were looking at arranging a meeting with Arriva for early September "and the issue of fare stages will be on the agenda."
The adult fare for a journey lasting more than three fare stages is pounds 1.70 on National Express West Midlands buses in Birmingham, compared to a pounds 1 flat fare for people travelling in buses in London who have an Oyster card.
UNDER the current pricing structure, a family of two adults and two children, would expect to pay a total of pounds 3.90 for a journey into the city passing through nine or more fare stages. If the proposals went ahead this cost would rise to pounds 5.20.