There are many transport vehicles, and there are many games for the little ones. There are small cars, trains, planes, bicycles, motorbikes, without forgetting boats, they are numerous to transport us towards adventure.
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Transportation Coloring Pages
Transport is part of everyone’s daily life, and everyone has a more or less costly experience of its use.
However, transport is also a complex technical and economic sector, with a wide variety of professions and skills coordinated in “transport chains”.
Freight transport is generally a professional activity in itself. The shipper has goods that he entrusts to a carrier who must deliver them to a customer.
If the carrier is an internal service of the shipper’s company, it will be called own account; if it is a company in itself, which sells its transport services, it will be on account of third parties.
Transport can be extended by or deducted from logistics, which is another business. Logistics concerns the management either upstream of the supply of raw products.
It is to manufacture more or less finished goods, or downstream the distribution of finished products to marketing centers or directly to the end customer.
Therefore, the transport of goods is an activity of companies, which generally use circuits and vehicles that are specific to them.
However, there are two notable exceptions: air freight, more than half of which travels under the feet of passengers in airliners, and goods in cities, half of which moves in the trunks of consumers’ cars.
Within the passenger transportation sector, several classifications intersect. A distinction is made between public or private transport and collective or individual transport.
Public passenger transport is the equivalent of transportation for hire or reward of goods. This means that transport is public if a person organizes it on behalf of a customer.
Public transport is therefore not necessarily collective transport; for example, a taxi is a public transport. Conversely, if a person organizes transport on his or her account, it is private transport.
Apart from the classic case of individual transport by private car, the company shuttle that transports its employees is public and private.
Another distinction is between regular and occasional transport. Passenger transport is regular if its routes, stopping points, frequencies or timetables, and fares are fixed and published in advance.
This is the case for all trains, commercial flights, or urban public transport, with very few exceptions. Otherwise, it is occasional transport, at the carrier’s initiative or the customer, such as a bus trip from a holiday camp, a taxi-plane, or a minibus for on-demand transportation.