Samples "Transport" (Page 8)


Aviation and Transportation Security Act of 2001

The landscape of aviation law and security has changed a great deal since the terrorist attacks of September 11th, 2001. The law was was enacted on November 19, 2001. Examining the “who, what, where, when and why” of the facts surrounding the creation of the 2001 Aviation and Transportation Security...

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1008 words | 4 page(s)
New Issues in Transportation & Logistics Management (TLM)

Two recent trends in transportation and logistics management are the rise of e-commerce and the impacts it has for TLM, as well as increases in driver wages and dissatisfaction. The rise of e-commerce is presenting a challenge for transportation and logistics, as the expectations of online shoppers is different from...

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342 words | 3 page(s)
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The Availability If Public Transportation And Its Effects On The Economy

Transportation is a core necessity in people’s lives. It can be described as the movement of goods and people from one point to the next. One of the important aspects of transportation that is worth discussion is the aspect of public transportation. Perhaps, it is pretty obvious that private means...

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Impact Of Green Logistics: Improving The Future Of Transportation And Logistics Management

IntroductionThe ongoing problem in the modern world is the need in every industry including transportation and logistics management focusing on the impact of green logistics for sustainable use of energy and energy alternatives for the future. The following literature review examines and assesses the state of the influence of this...

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1237 words | 5 page(s)
The Army Transportation Service

Prior to the 1890s, the United States had largely avoided involvement in overseas politics and conflicts, as it concentrated on conflict at home and on expansion within its own territories. However, the 1890s saw the start of greater American involvement overseas, and beginning with the invasion of Cuba as a...

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1011 words | 4 page(s)