mode of transport

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mode of transport

The various modes used for a movement. For each mode, there are several means of transport. They are: a. inland surface transportation (rail, road, and inland waterway); b. sea transport (coastal and ocean); c. air transportation; and d. pipelines.
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And yet despite these oddities - and even they had, for me at least, a humour of their own - there was much in this mode of travelling which I heartily enjoyed at the time, and look back upon with great pleasure.
The distance in a straight line along the shore northward is only 420 miles; but my mode of travelling made it a very long journey.
So flustered was Mr Wegg by this mode of travelling, that when he was set on the level ground with his intellectual developments uppermost, he was quite unconscious of his bearings, and had not the least idea where his place of residence was to be found, until Mr Venus shoved him into it.
Another passenger Saeed Ahmed said that rail was the cheapest and safest mode of travelling but it had persistently been ignored by the previous government in the last many years.
The DS said Railways is the cheapest mode of travelling for the people of any class claiming that trains are running on time.
How people make choices on their mode of travelling and how it affects their willingness to pay for alternative flight options is an issue of immense concern for public agencies and the industry," Dr.
This transformation in the environment necessitates a change in both our mode of travelling and our clothing.
While various segments of society welcomed the Pakistan Railways decision to decrease fare by 10 per cent in the Economy Class fares of 10 trains saying the move would encourage people to frequently use the cheapest mode of travelling.