Meaning of “fare” - Learner’s Dictionary

fare

noun [ C ] us uk /feər/
Extra Examples
She walks to work to save on bus fares.I haven't got enough money for the fare.The adult fare is £1.50.The cheapest fare at the moment is with Air Portugal from London.The standard return fare is £169.

B1 the price that you pay to travel on an aircraft, train, bus, etc:

air/train fares

(Definition of “fare noun” from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)