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  • 1. MEANS OF TRANSPORTANDTHEIR IMPORTANCE IN OUR LIFE<br />
  • 2. DIFFERENT TYPES OF TRANSPORTRURAL TRANSPORTANDURBAN TRANSPORT<br />
  • 3. RURAL URBAN<br />BULLOCK CART<br />CAMEL CART<br />HORSE CART<br />TRACTOR<br />TRACTOR TROLLEY<br />TEMPO<br />TRUCK<br />CAR<br />METRO<br />BUS<br />TRAINS<br />AUTORICKSHAW<br />CYCLE RICKSHAW<br />SCOOTER/MOTORBIKE<br />TRUCK<br />
  • 4. Bullock carts and horse carriages<br />Bullock carts have been traditionally used for transport, especially in rural India<br />Today, they are used in smaller towns and are referred as Tonga<br />
  • 5. Bicycles<br />Bicycles are a common mode of travel in much of India. More people can now afford to own a cycle than ever before<br />Recent developments in Delhi suggest that bicycle riding is fast becoming popular in the metro cities of India. The Delhi government has decided to construct separate bicycle lanes on all major roads to combat pollution and ease traffic congestion.<br />
  • 6. Cycle rickshaw<br />Cycle rickshaws were introduced into India in the 1940s<br />Cycle rickshaws have been a feature of Delhi streets since Indian independence in 1947, providing the cheapest way around the capital.<br />
  • 7. Public transport is the predominant mode of motorised local travel in cities<br />Buses<br />Buses take up over 90% of public transport in Indian cities,[32] and serve as a cheap and convenient mode of transport for all classes of society<br />many state transport corporations have introduced various facilities like low-floor buses for the disabled and air-conditioned buses to attract private car owners to help decongest roads<br />
  • 8. An auto rickshaw is a three wheeler vehicle for hire that has no doors and is generally characterised by a small cabin for the driver in the front and a seat for passengers in the rear.<br />many state transport corporations have introduced various facilities like low-floor buses for the disabled and air-conditioned buses to attract private car owners to help decongest roads<br />
  • 9. The Delhi Metro followed in 2002 and has carried over a billion commuters in seven years since its inauguration.[<br />The Delhi Metro followed in 2002 and has carried over a billion commuters in seven years since its inauguration.[<br />The Delhi Metro followed in 2002 and has carried over a billion commuters in seven years since its inauguration.[<br />The Delhi Metro followed in 2002 and has carried over a billion commuters in seven years since its inauguration.[<br />
  • 10. Private vehicles account for 30% of the total transport demand in urban areas of India. <br />
  • 11. Long distance transport<br /> Railway<br />ail services in India, first introduced in 1853, are provided by the state-run Indian Railways<br />
  • 12. Rail services in India, first introduced in 1853, are provided by the state-run Indian Railways, under the supervision of the Ministry of Railways. Indian Railways provides an important mode of transport in India, transporting over 18 million passengers and more than 2 million tonnes of freight daily across one of the largest and busiest rail networks in the world<br />
  • 13. Water and sea transport<br />India has an extensive network of inland waterways in the form of rivers, canals, backwaters and creeks<br />
  • 14. ACTIVITYCOLLECT PICTURES OF DIFFERENT MEANS OF TRANSPORT AND INFORMATION ABOUT THEM AND PASTE THE SAME IN YOUR PROJECT FILE.<br />
  • 15. Fill in the blanksa) The life line of transport in Delhi is _________________________.b) The transport used to carry goods in villages is ________________.C)The fastest means of transport is ____________________________.d) _______________________________ is used to run buses in Delhi.<br />
  • 16. Answer the following questions in one word.a) name two means of transport used in rural areas.b)which transport links all the Indian states?c)which transport is used in coastal area?d)when was the railway introduced in India?<br />
  • 17. Courtesygoogle.comprepared byms.madhutandon<br />

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