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POPULATION GROWTH EFFECTS ON TRANSPORTATION FACILITIES IN WARRI METROPOLIS

Abstract This study was on population growth effect on transportation facilities. Three objectives were raised which included:   examine the socio-economic effect of population growth on the livelihood of Warri people, examine the effects of population growth on transportation facilities in Warri Metropolis, examine the causes and consequent effects of rapid population growth in the area, identify the predominant mode of transportation and the transport facilities provided in the study area, ...

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AN ASSESSMENT OF THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF AIR TRANSPORTATION TO EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES AND INFRASTRUCTURAL DEVELOPMENT

Abstract This study was on assessment of air transportation opportunities and infrastructural development in Akwa Ibom state. Three objectives were raised which included: To find out the contribution of air transportation to employment opportunity in Akwa Ibom state, to find out the contribution of air transportation to infrastructure development in Akwa Ibom state and to find out the challenges face by air transportation in economic development of Akwa ibom state. ...

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AIR TRANSPORTATION AND THE NIGERIAN ECONOMY

Abstract What if the air transportation section, stagnant, almost every section of any given economy will not perform well as expected. The importance of air transportation in developing or advanced economics cannot be over emphasized. Air transport is one of the main sector that remains as the cornerstone of every nation for achieving growth and development as well as gaining political and economic independence. The study shows the relationship between ...

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FREIGHT FORWARDING OPERATIONS AND ITS IMPACT ON PORT CONGESTION A CASE STUDY OF ONNE PORT

Abstract This study was on freight forwarding operations and its impact on port congestion. Using Onne port as a case study. Three objectives were raised which included: To find out whether excessive demand over supply of port services have effect on port congestion in Onne port, Portharcourt, to find out whether inability of Onne port to meet up the technological trends in globalization is the causes of congestion and to ...

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A STUDY ON THE NATIONAL SECURITY AND MARITIME PIRACY IN NIGERIA

Abstract The inclusion of the Nigerian maritime environment in the piracy hotlist has attracted the interest of researchers, security stakeholders and policy makers into the national security and maritime piracy in Nigeria. Therefore, this sociological discourse on national security and maritime piracy has been made, identifying the nature, impact and policy actions taken so far to curb the menace. The study, using primary and secondary data from International Maritime Bureau ...

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APPRAISAL OF RECEPTION FACILITIES ON THE CONTROL ON POLLUTION ON NIGERIA WATER

Abstract It is no longer news that marine pollution is disastrous to mankind, ranging from impairment of surface water quality, disruption of aquatic growth, and reduction of amenities, affecting the health of man, etc. Existing studies indicate that marine pollution control in the ports of developing economies is marred by a lack of administrative control and inadequate provision of waste reception facilities in Nigeria ports. The United Nations Conventions on ...

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ASSESSMENT OF ROAD HAZARDS AND CHALLENGES IN NIGERIA

ABSTRACT This study examines the assessment of road hazards and challenges in Nigeria (a case study of Minna-Abuja road). Specifically, the study determines whether there are road hazards in Nigeria, determines the extent of road hazards and challenges in Nigeria, determines whether these hazards affects the safety and security of travelers along Minna-Abuja road, determines whether government is making any effort on reducing road hazards and challenges along Minna-Abuja road ...

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RELEVANCE OF INSURANCE POLICY IN DISTRIBUTION AND TRANSPORTATION

Abstract This study was on relevance of insurance policy in distribution and transportation. Three objectives were raised which included:  To ascertain the effect of insurance in the operation of the organization, to find out the type of contracts or goods insured by the Nigeria Bottling Company, Owerri, to find out the extent to which the Nigeria Bottling Company insures its distribution and transportation, to ascertain the extent of losses, if ...

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IMPACT OF TRANSPORTATION IN THE TOURISM INDUSTRY

Abstract This study was on impact of transportation in the tourism industry. Three objectives were raised which included: To assess the current system of road transport used by tourists in Owerri Municipal,  to assess the impact of transportation on tourism in Imo state and to examine coping strategies that are used by tourists to deal with challenging road transport system in Imo state. A total of 77 responses were received ...

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IMPACT OF AIR TRANSPORT SECTOR TO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA

Abstract This study was on impact of air transport sector to economic development in Nigeria. Three objectives were raised which included: It involved studying how the air transport business has affected the lives of the people in the region of Lagos economically, to examine the importance of air transport in a region and identify main visible impacts of air transport in general and the Lagos region in particular and the ...

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FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE TRAVELERS’ PERCEPTION REGARDING THE USE OF SERVICE ROBOTS IN NIGERIAN AIRPORTS

Abstract This study was on Factors that influence travelers' perception regarding the use of service robots in Nigerian airports. Two objectives were raised which included: To find out the traveler’s perception on social rules of robot in Nigeria airport and to find out the traveler’s perception on human social behavior of robot in Nigeria airport. In line with these objectives, three research questions and hypotheses were formulated and answered. The ...

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DETERMINANTS OF MARINE VESSEL ACCIDENTS ON ORON CALABAR WATERWAYS

Abstract Cases of marine vessel accident involving personal injury, deaths, property and environmental damage have grown in tandem with increased oil prospecting and other commercial seaborne transportation activities in Oron Calabar waterways in the coastal regions of Nigeria. The incidence of marine vessel casualties and associated risk factors generate serious concern as further empirical evidence suggests that between 75-96% of marine vessel casualties are caused at least in part by ...

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ANALYSIS OF DETERMINANTS OF MARINE ACCIDENTS IN NIGERIA’S INLAND WATERWAYS

Abstract Cases of marine vessel accident involving personal injury, deaths, property and environmental damage have grown in tandem with increased oil prospecting and other commercial seaborne transportation activities in Niger-Delta/coastal regions of Nigeria. The incidence of marine vessel casualties and associated risk factors generate serious concern as further empirical evidence suggests that between 75-96% of marine vessel casualties are caused at least in part by some form of human error. ...

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AN ASSESSMENT OF PRE AND POST MARITIME LABOUR CONVENTION ACT ON MARITIME INDUSTRY IN NIGERIA

Abstract The maritime sector is one of the earliest and most internationalized industries of the world. This is evident in the structure of maritime activities wherein the owner(s) of the vessel are citizens of a state, the vessel itself is a citizen of a different state and to complicate matters its employees are may be drawn from various parts of the world. The study focused on an assessment of pre ...

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ROAD TRANSPORATION MANAGEMENT AND CUSTOMER SATISFACTION IN NIGERIA

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background of the study Customer satisfaction is crucial for the success and survival of any business. It is one of the important determinants of loyalty. That’s why; it is a key aspect of companies’ strategic planning. Customer satisfaction is a sense of pleasure and bliss as one feels after purchase or usage. Before making a purchase, customers have some expectations about the performance of product and services. ...

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PROSPECTS AND CHALLENGES OF DEVELOPING SEAPORTS AFTER CONCESSIONING IN NIGERIA

Abstract Arising from the menace of city logistics problems in Nigeria with reference, in particular, to the Apapa and Tin Can Island seaport axis of Lagos, the federal and state governments, in collaboration with private investors, seek to establish and/or develop some potential seaports to ease the burden of maritime logistics. The ways and manners concessionaires (terminal operators) of Nigerian seaports have over the years manage and develop port infrastructures ...

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SOCIO ECONOMIC EFFECTS OF INLAND WATER TRANSPORTATION SERVICES: A CASE STUDY OF CMS – APAPA ROUTE LAGOS

Abstract Lagos city has abundant navigable inland waterways which if fully harnessed would help minimize road traffic congestion, pollution and provide low cost means of long distance travel within the city. This study examines the socio-economic effects of inland water transportation services with emphasis on CMS Apapa route Lagos. Primary data were obtained using structured questionnaires. While, secondary data were sourced from relevant government and private agencies. Inland waterways are ...

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A STUDY OF PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF TRICYCLE IN LAGOS, ALONG IKORODU AXIS

Abstract Since tricycle have become a recognized means of transportation in Nigeria, it has generated research interest among scholars with different focuses and findings. This study examines the performance of tricycle riders in Lagos along Ikorodu axis. The study was carried out in Ikorodu Area, Lagos State, Nigeria. Twenty five identified terminals for tricycle riders were purposively used for this study. Out of 300 registered tricycle riders, 171 were randomly ...

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THE USE OF ICT IN MARITIME INDUSTRY IN CAMEROON

Abstract Information technology has become an essential part of the rapid and accurate transfer and processing of enormous volumes of data processed in international transport firms and port organizations. The proper management of systems, which process this information and communicate it to those who manage port operations, is vital for efficient transport. This explains why container-tracking systems are given high priority among operational computer applications in ports. Investigates into the ...

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ROAD TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT AND CUSTOMERS SATISFACTION

ABSTRACT Road Transportation was viewed by the researcher as a sine qua non in the economy whether developed or developing. Road transportation is seen as the engine of an economy. It links producers, suppliers, consumers and commuters. But poor, ineffective and inefficient road transportation system have crippled development and the collapse of many economic and social activities which have resulted in dissatisfaction among the customers in the industry. This is ...

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