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TRANSPORTATION, punishment. In the English law, this punishment is inflicted by virtue of sundry statutes; it was unknown to the common law. 2 H. Bl. 223. It is a part of the judgment or sentence of the court, that the party shall be transported or sent into exile. 1 Ch. Cr. Law, 789 to 796: Princ. of Pen. Law, c. 4 Sec. 2.

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According to the report many initiatives have been taken to improve women's mobility but have been limited efforts to develop transport policies to address women's transport needs.
Most males strongly discourage their family members from riding some modes of public transport because of harassment issues and social stigma associated to public transport.Report further reveled that many reports were reported of harassment from male conductors, ticket checkers , drivers and passengers and some women actively reprimand any miss behavior they encounter but remain stay silent and endure harassment or try to avoid it by changing their travel patterns.
The transport services, which contributed in negative growth included air transport services, exports of which declined by 31.81 percent, from $523.610 million last year to $357.030 million during the current year.
The exports of all other sea transport services increased by 111.05 percent.
Two 3 mL blood samples of all cows were collected into evacuated tubes containing ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid [K.sub.2] or clot activator; blood samples were collected pre-transport and during transport (-24, 0, 1, 2, and 4 h) and post-transport (+2, +24, and +48 h) from cows in trucks and individual pens, as shown in Figure 1.
Sweden is the leader in the use of green energy in transport with an estimated 40% renewable energy in the transport sector.
Earlier, the minister chaired a meeting, attended by the public transporters and discussed various issues related to the overloading, overcharging and other matters of identical nature in the public transport.
Taking into account the need for further development of international road passenger transport, the new expansion of the INTERBUS agreement will advance the development of occasional international road passenger transport to ordinary and passenger buses in Europe, as well as in other countries signatories to the agreement, which will facilitate the organization and conduct of transport and tourism and cultural exchange.
It is an attempt to motivate people to use sustainable methods of transport, such as public transport, a bike or walking.
The Planning Commission has estimated that Pakistan's population travels nearly 400 billion passenger-kilometres (pkm) each year, which is expected to rise to 1,000bn pkm by 2030 and add pressure on the transport infrastructure.
figure By JACOB Z RUWAbr Afunctioning transport sector is a key pillar of a nations socio-economic development as a key enabler for sustained economic growth, development and poverty reduction.In Kenya, road transport is the predominant mode of transportation as roads facilitate cheaper and convenient movement of goods and people.

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