Modes of transport, Civil Engineering

Modes of Transport

Various Modes of Transport

There are several modes of transport which can be developed by a country. In every country, the principal modes exist are:

(a) Roads

(b) Railways

(c) Air Transport

(d) Shipping

(e) Inland Water Transport

(f) Pipelines

(g) Ropeways

In addition, multi-modal transport, which combines more than one mode, also exists. Urban transport is a special subject by itself, though it is mainly served by roads and railways.

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