Usability and Accessibility of Public Transport for the Elderly

Introduction The availability of transport is a major determinant of mobility and motility of people and goods from one place to another. The mode of transport being used must guarantee safety of all the passengers especially those who have special needs and the disadvantaged such as the elderly. Safety of the transportation means to the […]

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Passive and Active Transport

Though exceptionally minute, cells are the most vital unit that is essential for some processes to occur within the body. These processes are very important in the development and growth may it of a plant or an animal. It is very important that the growth and development is accompanied by various unique mechanisms in order […]

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Traffic and transport

Statistics say that we travel four times as much by car than any other means of transport. Is there any doubt considering the amount of work car manufactures spend on increasing the quality of life in cars. An example of this may be a brand new top of the range car and a public bus […]

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Existing Phenomenon in Transport Planning

Given the increased politicization of urban development, it is perhaps not surprising that by the end of 1980s the Government should have become more interested in strengthening the planning system and finding ways of involving the public more closely in decision making (Barlow, 1995). However, the Government not enthusiastic in inviting the public participating in […]

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How transport changed Stoke Bruerne

Stoke Bruerne started off as a small agricultural village where three roman roads met. These roman roads were: Akeman, Icknield and Watling. Stoke Bruerne has changed over many years; the changes took place because of the different types of transport used. The types of transport used were the Grand Union Canal, Railways and the improvement […]

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The Role of Transport Within the Supply Chain

Transport is a great contributor to the competitive force in business and the economy. This is achieved by moving goods from the locations of their production to areas of demand providing an essential service of linking an organisation to its consumers and suppliers. Transportation is a vital activity in the logistic function promoting the economic […]

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Cars Demand and Supply

Economies express that product cost regulate where, how, when, and for whom products manufactured. Businesses will make any kind of goods marketed at a remunerative price and will decide which source of supply and support on the consideration of what amounts must be set to make use of them. Products manufactured for those consumers inclined […]

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Indian Railways

Indian Railways is the nationalized railway company of India which owns and operates most of the country’s rail transport. It is the world’s second largest employer behind Chinese army; has one of the largest and busiest rail networks in the world, an extensive network, which is spread over 60000 Route Kilometre, of which approximately 30 […]

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The Brownfields Redevelopment With Transportation Planning

The development of idle, abandoned and underutilized brownfields is of paramount economic importance that it is high time we pay closer attention to the issue. As early as the 1990s, brownfields redevelopment has gone underway in several states and one of the most common themes in these development plan are the presence of transportation planning […]

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Public and Private Transport

Most of us know using public transport is better for the environment and can even offer a cheaper and quicker route. But in reality the number of cars on the road is continuing to rise. So what is it that’s stopping people from ditching the more expensive not to mention less green, private forms of […]

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