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Транспорт сформировался как отрасль хозяйства в последней четверти XVIII в. - Начале индустриальной эпохи. Транспорт общего пользования делят на несколько основных видов: железнодорожный, водный (морской и речной), автомобильный, авиационный.
Рассмотрим транспортную систему на примере Австралии.
Авиационный вид:
Крупные международные аэропорты находятся в городах Сидней и Мельбурн. Каждый день здесь принимаются сотни рейсов из стран Европы, Азии и Северной Америки.25 авиакомпаний имеют представительства в Австралии и ежедневно выполняют международные авиа перелеты.

Железнодорожный вид:
Железнодорожное сообщение в Австралии охватывает одну четвертую часть страны и сосредоточено в основном в его юго-восточной части, соединяя города: Кернс, Брисбен, Сидней, Мельбурн и Аделаиду.
Знаменитая трансавстралийская магистраль Indian Pacific, соединяет между собой западное и восточное побережья. Длина магистрали - 3955км. Экспресс находится в пути 65 часов.

Водный (морской и речной) вид:
Большой популярностью пользуются однодневные круизы вдоль Большого Барьерного Рифа и особой популярен круизный маршрут к окаймленному кораллами острову Витсандей.

Автобусный и автомобильный виды:
Автобусное сообщение дальнего следование пользуется не меньшей популярностью. Расстояния В Австралии очень большие и на переезд из одного города в другой может занять у вас сутки.
А вот автомобильное путешествие по Австралии, будет правильным выбором. В Австралии левосторонние дорожное движение. Качество автострад очень хорошее и платное. На дорогах учащены проверки на алкоголь.

Transportation was formed as a branch of the economy in the last quarter of the XVIII century. - The beginning of the industrial age. Public transport is divided into several basic types: rail, water (sea and river), automobile, aviation.
Consider the example of the transport system in Australia.

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