Transport forms and the Law

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Transport forms and the Law

In the present evolving world, automobiles play a significant role in transportation. It is believed by the majority of people that the transportation by private mode is more convenient and simple than the public means. Other forms of transport differentiate that public transport is the perfect choice in various aspects. Though, to my opinion travelling by public vehicles is the best preference for a number of reasons.

For one, there exist several transport modes which can carry the majority of passengers at the same time, consumes slightly the same fuel and use the same road just like the private means of transport. Private cars which carry to a maximum of four passengers consumes more fuel, block more space on the road and cause traffic problems on our roads. On other hand, metro rail mode of transportation is simple and fast which is better than car and bus. The disadvantage is these forms of traveling is that they are not very flexible to reach to almost door steps as the private can do (Gray &Graham,2012).

Otherwise, car pool is next option for transport, but the above all they are intermarry when time management is well-thought-out. Certainly, alternative transport forms are compulsory and countries must be aware of this concept more over international control should be introduced to regulate on the private car ownership. These actions lead us to reduce the problems associated with massive car ownership and save petrol and diesel from depleting their natural sources for future generations to use (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, 2010).

Lastly, if on a regular basis we use motor vehicles, traffic problem may arise and much of time is consumed while in the traffic. Short or near distances can be covered by use of bicycles to cover the surrounding areas and burn calories and human energy and adds health benefits.




Gray, L., & Graham, I. (2012). Transportation. New York: DK Pub.

Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. (2010). Globalisation, transport and the environment. Paris: OECD.


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