Travel and Transport

 
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Transportation networks have multiplied and serve both for the movement of people and for merchandise (freight).

Roads, railways, canals, ports and airports are the different and essential components which serve to fulfill the diversity of needs and vehicles utilised.

The development of these networks over the course of tens of years has considerably reduced the cost and duration of travel and transportation. A significant improvement in mobility and trade has ensued as a result.

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Airports
Published on 4 March 2008
 
 
Waterways
Published on 4 March 2008
 
Urban transport
Published on 4 March 2008
 
Railways
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Roads
Published on 4 March 2008