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fare stage

1. a section of a bus journey for which a set charge is made
2. a bus stop marking the end of such a section
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The same family, travelling to the city centre and passing between four and eight fare stages, such as from Tile Hill North, Allesley or Walsgrave Hospital would expect to pay pounds 3 at present and pounds 4 if the half price fares are axed.
If they were to travel just three fare stages along the route, such as from Little Heath to the city centre, the family would pay pounds 2.