Types of Transport

Types of Transport

4th Street Bus Terminus Harare. Image credit Newsday.co.zw

4th Street Bus Terminus Harare. Image credit Newsday.co.zw

ZIMSEC O Level Geography Notes: Transport: Types of Transport

  • Traditional
    This refers to forms of transports that have been in use since antiquity including:
  • The human being (porter) i.e walking, running, carrying goods on their heads, shoulders or backs.
  • Horses
  • mules
  • donkeys
  • camels
  • carts
  • sledges
  • rickshaws
  • bicycles
  • canoes
  • dhows.

Modern

  • This refers to those forms of transport that have been brought about by modern technological advancements.
  • Vehicles for example cars,
  • lorries
  • tram cars
  • buses,
  • commuter omnibuses (kombis)
  • trains
  • ships
  • planes
  • pipelines

To access more topics go to the Geography Notes page.

By |2017-01-17T11:16:53+00:00October 9th, 2015|Notes, O Level Geography, Ordinary Level Notes|Comments Off on Types of Transport

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