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New Brunswick enjoys multimodal, modern transportation infrastructure, with more than 18 000 kilometres of highways and secondary roads crossing province, convenient air connections to major cities throughout North America and to several destinations in Europe, as well as rail and sea connections through national ports in Saint John and Belledune to major world markets. New Brunswick has network of well-maintain highways, with many kilometres of four-lane expressway connecting major centres VIA Trans-Canada Highway, Route 2, as well as Routes 1, 7 and 15. Speed limits are posted in kilometres per hour and most major highways have posted speed limits of 100 km / h, with many four-lane sections being 110 km h. Standard maximum limit is 80 km / h on provincial highways and 50 km / h in urban districts unless otherwise indicate. Seatbelts are mandatory for and passengers. Children under five years of age and under 18 kilograms must in infant carrier or approve child restraint. Carrying of radar detectors in vehicles prohibits whether device is in use and connected or not. Vehicles in New Brunswick drive on right and pass on left, as they do all Canadian Provinces and territories. It is to use cell phones and other hand-held devices while driving in New Brunswick. These include hand-held cell phones, portable and entertainment devices. United States driver's licenses are valid for motor vehicles in New Brunswick, as are those of most European nations. Unleaded and diesel gas are available throughout province and is sold by litre. There are 3. 78 litres in one gallon, 4. 54 litres one UK gallon. Drivers of motor vehicle meeting or overtaking school bus which is displaying red flashing lights must stop not less than 5m from bus and must not pass until bus is again in motion or lights have stopped flashing. New Brunswick is connected to rest of North America and to Europe by major airlines, including Air Canada Jazz, Westjet, Continental Airlines and Delta Air Lines. New Brunswick has three national airports with scheduled service: Fredericton, and Saint John. Bathurst airport also scheduled service. In addition, are regional airports. LAonard and Charlo. Round-trip passenger rail service through New is provided three days per week by VIA Rail on Ocean, full-service train with stops in Moncton, Miramichi, Bathurst, Campbellton and several smaller centres. Freight services through province are provided by CN Rail, with intermodal services provided at Moncton yard. Province Also Has Two Shortline Railways Providing Freight Services. New Brunswick Southern Railway operates between Saint John and Canada / US border and New Brunswick East Coast Railway operates between Moncton and Campbellton. Province is served by extensive network of ferries, both large and small. Department Of Transportation Operates Year-round, Daily Service Between Deer Island And Letete And Operates Network Of Ferries Along Lower. John and Kennebecasis Rivers.

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Distribution Point

Total transport demand for EU15 has been from 1970 to 2011; for EU12 and EU27 date range is 1995-2011. Total demand and rail market share have been calculated using sum of rail, road and inland waterways. Between 1970 and 2007, total freight transport volume, in billion tonne-kilometres in EU15, increased by average of 2. 5 percentage per year, then until 2011. Most of increase in volume has been transport by road, resulting in ITS significantly increasing market share, from 52 percentage in 1970 to 78 percentage in 2007. Rail freight volume has been either constant or decreasing over same period; overall rail market share decreased from 36 percentage in 1970 to 15 percentage in 1995, though IT then stabilise and has slightly increased in recent years. Road transport is available in all countries and dominates shorthaul. Trucking service is also essential component of rail and waterway door-to-door intermodal service, for pickup at origin and delivery at destination. Trucking Industry Carries Significant Volume Over Very Long Distances And Offers Competitive And Reliable Service. Analysis of EU Transports in figures-statistical pocketbook 2014, show that rail is available most EU countries, but that ITS market share varies widely. Highest Transport Volumes Are In Germany And Poland, But Rail Market Share Is Highest In Switzerland And Austria. Inland waterways-rivers and canals-are available and used in countries like Germany, France and Netherlands, mostly for bulk transports, as well as feeder transport of containers to and from big international ports, like Rotterdam and Antwerp. Rail freight in EU27 decreased from 551 to 526 billion tonne-kilometres between 1970 and 1990, decreasing further to 404 in 2000, with removal of rail monopoly in EU12. Next years saw increase to 440 by 2008 but, despite continued improvement in EU12, onset of economic crisis brought overall decrease in EU27, to 420 in 2011. Most of freight volume carried by railways in 2012 was domestic. Share Of International Transport Slightly Decrease, And Domestic Transportation Slightly Increase, From 2004 To 2012. Rail freight models comprise different products: trainload, single Wagon Load and intermodal. These models have approximately 50 percentage , 25 percentage and 25 percentage of tonnekilometres in Europe. Trainload refers to dedicated trains operating for specific company, or cargo type, eg ore, coal and timber trains. Wagonload refers to conventional SWL from customers, transported by feeder Rail freight operator to nearest or suitable marshalling yard or terminal for consolidation, from where they are transported by long distance block or shuttle trains to destination terminal or marshalling yard, and then on to destination by feeder train transport. Intermodal traffic refers to cargo in containers, swapbodies and trailers used for feeder transport, that are loaded on trains at for longdistance transportation. SWL volume has decreased in favour of trainload and intermodal.

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Shipbuilding

J & C Short Shipbuilding Site is designated Local Historic Place for its association with shipyard industry and for its association with Short family. Charles Short started his career in village of Digdeguash, Charlotte County, New Brunswick. In 1861, this master moved to. Stephen to join his brother to form J & C Short Shipbuilding firm. Stephen. They open shipyards at this location marine railways directly across. Croix River in Calais, Maine, making it good example of international businesses that take advantage of towns ' proximity to United States. During their years they built 7 ships from 955 tons to 1606 tons, 12 barques and 1 brig. Last ship build in. Stephen was for Zachariah Chipman. It was launched on October 1 1878 and christened by Miss Jessie Tilley, daughter Sir Leonard Tilley and granddaughter of Zachariah Chipman. Charles retires after building and John moves to Kenora, Ontario. Firm Continues To Operate In Calais, Maine. Charles died in 1895 at age of 69 and is buried in Catholic Cemetery,. Stephen, New Brunswick. Current Site Reflects J & C Shipbuilding Operation. Open field and remains of wooden wharf represent scope of former operation.

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