India’s Development in Transports and its Benefit for Top Citie

Road Transport Developments 

Road transport is the most flexible, economic and personalized way of transport. As per a recent survey, India has more than 5,000,000 km of road length and 80 % of road traffic stems from the personal vehicles i.e. Bikes and Cars.

New Facilities and Announcements in Road Transport 

The Centre approved 83,000 km road project worth Rs 7 lakh crore. NHAI also announced Quick Response Ambulance Stations in 50 km radius. This station will reportedly respond within 15 minutes of inquiry. 

Rail Transport 

The Indian Railway is one of the oldest and largest railway systems in the world. It has played an integrating role in economic and socio – literal development. 

Aviation Transport 

Aviation Transport is the quickest and the easiest way of transport. However, it underwent a slow growth post- liberalisation in India. Privatisation led the further progress in industry.  

Water Transport 

India has a coastline of 7,517 km and 14,500 km of inland waterways as well. The Indian waterways include 5,200 km of river and 485 km of canals. Tamil Nadu acts as the driving force of water transport as 

Social and Economic Benefits 

The major transport mediums like Roads and Trains have played an important role in sustainable economic development.