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through-ticketing

Line breaks: through-ticket¦ing

Definition of through-ticketing in English:

noun

[mass noun]
A system whereby a traveller passing through a number of different transport networks can purchase one ticket for the complete journey.
Example sentences
  • Scots are now promised free pensioner passes, quality buses and through-ticketing (a single ticket which will suffice for multi-segment journeys).
  • Miss McIntosh urged ministers to introduce rural bus grants for existing services not just new ones, and more through-ticketing and integration with rail services.
  • Southwest executives said through-ticketing would cause fares to fall, even though passengers making long trips would have to go through nearby cities like Houston or Albuquerque.

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