Land Transport

Land transport, often referred to as ground transportation, is a crucial component of global transportation systems, encompassing various modes of movement across the Earth’s surface. This mode of transportation primarily involves the use of roads, railways, and other terrestrial infrastructure to facilitate the movement of people and goods. It plays a fundamental role in connecting communities, supporting economic activities, and fostering social interactions.
Road transport, in particular, is highly accessible and flexible, making it an integral part of daily life for billions of people worldwide. Personal vehicles, public buses, and trucks carry commuters to work, students to school, and consumers to stores. Trucks and delivery vans transport goods, ensuring that products and supplies reach their intended destinations efficiently. Rail transport, on the other hand, excels in moving large quantities of cargo and passengers over long distances. High-speed trains offer a rapid and eco-friendly alternative to air travel for intercity transportation.