peak fare Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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peak farenoun [C]

a ​higherprice that you ​pay to ​travel on a bus, ​train, ​plane, etc. during a ​time when a lot of ​peopletravel: The Transit Authority will continue with ​plans to ​increasepeakfares to $2.75 for bus ​rides.
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