Fare [noun]

Definition of Fare:

amount charged for transportation

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Sentence/Example of Fare:

In addition, the hyper-competition between a slew of low-cost carriers had made it hard for airlines to make much money as they lured potential customers with the cheapest fares.

The Metropolitan Transit System made a decision several years ago to step up its enforcement of fare evasions and other quality of life issues on buses and trolleys.

Earlier this year, a Voice of San Diego investigation revealed how fare evasion tickets can terrorize those who receive them – and how most of the roughly 1,470 fare evasion tickets the agency wrote in a single week went unpaid a year later.

In September, the agency will roll out a pilot fare diversion program with reduced fines and the option to perform community service instead.

MTS has for years decided that its citations for offenses such as fare evasion or loitering, the vast majority of its enforcement actions, do not need to be retained longer than 60 days.

In the last five years, the agency has quadrupled its fare enforcement.

Last week, Montgomery successfully urged fellow board members to direct MTS officials to come up with a plan to establish a civil process to address tickets along with a bolstered version of the fare evasion pilot staffers had already proposed.

Every rigor of hard fare, and severe usage, was inexorably brought upon him.

Every time Man pushes ahead a little, a percentage of the pushers pay the fare.

It may be that gasolene and repairs cost more than a railroad fare once a week, but I have abstained from making a comparison.