Public Transport Virtual Education The public transport network is: Transport services that are available to the public. The difference between public transportation services and methods such as closed taxis shared travel and bus fares is that in this type of service, shared travel is done by unknown people without prior agreement.
Public transportation includes regular buses, electric buses, trams and city trains, express transportation (metro) and passenger boats. Intercity public transportation is mainly provided by airlines, intercity buses and intercity railways. High-speed train networks have also been developed in many parts of the world. Public transportation services can be based on distance rates based on distance and as a profitable service. Or that it is funded by the government as a subsidy. In this case, the fare for passengers will be fixed. These services are quite profitable and recoverable for the people who use it. Or, if possible, be controlled locally or by the government by paying subsidies. Of course, in some cities and towns, these subsidies have been paid in full. And these services are provided to the people at no cost.
For historical and economic reasons, there are differences at the international level in the scope and manner of use of public transport. On the one hand, older countries tend to have extensive and diverse systems to serve their dense and old cities, and on the other hand, in newer countries, many cities have scattered and non-comprehensive public transport services.
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