The Transportation industry is essential to personal mobility and a prerequisite for achieving socio-economic progress. The industry is a key component of global production and supply chains, and a primary facilitator of international trade in goods and services. Emerging technologies and stricter environmental regulation are reshaping traditional transportation modes and driving investment in more efficient and sustainable transportation solutions.
Activities associated with the Transportation industry are transportation of passengers and cargo by road, rail, air and water, and the related support activities. Urban mobility, scenic and sightseeing transportation, courier and postal services, and pipeline transportation of oil and gas are also included in this industry.
With a population of some 258.7 million, Indonesia is the world’s fourth most populous country and the largest economy among the members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). The Indonesian transportation sector employed some 5 ...READ MORE
China’s transportation sector is almost entirely run by state-owned corporations, as its development is viewed as a major driver for the country’s economic growth. The high-speed rail (HSR) network grew by more than 1,903 km to 21,741 km ...READ MORE
The transport services sector generated 25.7% of the total market value of all services in 2015, thus playing a significant role for the Romanian economy. The sector is also a major employer accounting for 5.5% of total employment. Road transport, ...READ MORE
The value added of Argentina’s transport sector increased at a meagre CAGR of 0.6% over 2010-2015. Both passenger and cargo transport registered a poor performance in the period, with the passenger segment declining by an average of 1% per year ...READ MORE
The transportation sector plays a significant role in the Mexican economy. Besides accounting for about 6% of the country’s GDP and for 5% of the formal employment over the 2011-2015 period, the industry is an important support platform for ...READ MORE
China’s transportation sector is almost entirely run by state-owned corporations, as its development is viewed as a major driver for the country’s economic growth. In the railways subsector, there was extensive construction of new ...READ MORE
The strategic location of Poland as a bridge between East and West, North and South naturally translates into a highly developed transportation services sector. Substantial public investments in infrastructure, as well as significant private foreign ...READ MORE
The Turkish transportation and warehousing sector has been rapidly expanding in recent years in line with the country’s overall economic and population growth. The industry benefits from the country’s advantageous geographical position, ...READ MORE
The transportation sector has emerged as one of the driving forces of the Colombian economy, expanding its value added at a CAGR of 4.2% over 2010-2015, and reaching a share of 4% of the country’s GDP in 2015, up from 3.9% in 2010. In the ...READ MORE
Russia’s transportation network is among the most extensive ones in the world. Its vast geography makes transportation a vital component of the economy as the country’s exports are heavily oriented towards the sale of raw materials, which ...READ MORE