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Developments in Transportation

The World Has “Shrunk”

  • The world seems to have “shrunk” in terms of the time needed to get from one place to another.
  • This is achieved through improvements in the size and speed of the different modes of transportation.
  • With the increasing mobility of goods and people, it is important to have an efficient transport network worldwide, which includes airports, seaports, railways and highways to make it possible for more goods and people to be moved around easily. In addition, improvements made to the size and speed of transportation modes enabled more goods and people to be carried per trip. This led to savings in transport cost.
  • When goods and people can be moved around quickly at a lower cost, it facilitates the process through which people’s activities and ideas become interconnected.
  • For example: air transportation has evolved and improved drastically over the years. In 1903, the first engineered plane, the Wright 1903-Flyer with a capacity of 1 passenger was created.
  • The first 16-passenger commercial aeroplane was created in 1913. A more advanced commercial passenger aeroplane with a capacity of 853 passengers is the largest and most advanced model in 2006.

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