Railway law

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A well-knit and co-ordinated system of transport plays an important role in the sustained economic growth of a country. The present system in our country consists of several modes of transport including rail, road, coastal shipping, air transport etc. The socio-economic transportation is possible only when transport organisations make available to the society. An economical and effective transportation which means, comparatively fast and safe movement of men, machines and materials from one place to another.

The introduction of railways revolutionized the process of development and whose the services are fast, safe, reliable, popular and widely accepted to all general masses. [1]


See also

  • http://shodhganga.inflibnet.ac.in/bitstream/10603/43622/9/09_chapter%201.pdf