BP 541: Getting there: Access to Transport by Lois Law

Interestingly, a quick google on ‘transport and human (rights)’ provides a biological definition which explains that in biology, transport is referred to “the act or the means by which a molecule or ion is moved across the cell membrane or via the bloodstream.”[i] Using this analogy well illustrates the fundamental role played by transport. In a societal context transport ensures the sound functioning of the economy and plays a very significant role in the supply-chain of goods and the movement of people to where they need to go: work; school; clinics and hospitals; churches; recreational and sporting facilities; shopping; and many other destinations.

BP 541 Getting there- Access to Transport by Lois Law