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CHAPTER ONE 1.0                                                       INTRODUCTION 1.1       Background to the Study                                                                  Traffic management is the practice of... Continue Reading
ABSTRACT The study examined the empirical study of commuting behaviours of commercial public transport passengers in Lagos State, Nigeria. The study made use of relevant and extensive review of literatures based on researchers’ and scholars’ opinions. The descriptive research survey was used in order to assess the opinions of the respondents... Continue Reading
ABSTRACT The study examined the rural transportation system in Epe and its environment in  Lagos State, Nigeria. The study made use of relevant and extensive review of literatures based on researchers’ and scholars’ opinions. The descriptive research survey was used in order to assess the opinions of the respondents using the questionnaire..... Continue Reading
ABSTRACT This study carried an assessment of the relationship between airfares and aircraft movements in Nigeria with focus on Murtala Mohammed International Airport (MMIA). The study adopted empirical research method. Data on the relationship between airfares and aircraft movement, airfares and air passenger movement, airfares and air cargo... Continue Reading
ABSTRACT For the first half of the twentieth century, rail and road transport were the only forms of vehicular transport in Nigeria that opened up new areas. However, since World War II, Nigeria has experienced another transport revolution in the introduction of an air transport system. Though air transport is the least important form of transport... Continue Reading
ABSTRACT This study focuses on the effectiveness of containers in the movement of cargo in the out of Tincan Island Port. Data obtained from the NPA statistics showed that between the year 2000-2005. In the 2000 a total of 31,363 TEU laden containers came in as imports while 4,243 TEU went out as export. In the 2001 45,854 TEU laden containers... Continue Reading
ABSTRACT Congestion and delay at the airport are used in measuring the performance indicator (PI) of an airport. One key determinant of the expected activities at a given aerodrome is the airfield component and characteristic in which the runway is of great significant.  According to ICAO Annex 14 which addresses Aerodrome, runway is defined... Continue Reading
CHAPTER ONE 1.0         INTRODUCTION 1.1          Background to the Study It is pertinent to highlight the relevance of creek road in Apapa. Any traffic hindrance on it will definitely generate a lot of hiccups in the logistics business that is the core activity on this road. Creek road is the major road that leads from the premier... Continue Reading
TABLE OF CONTENTS Title Page Approval Page Dedication Acknowledgement Certification List of Tables Table of Contents Abstract CHAPTER ONE: Introduction 1.1 Background of the Study 1.2 Statement of the Problem 1.3 Purpose of the Study 1.4 Significance of the Study 1.5 The Scope of Study 1.6 Research Questions 1.7 Research Hypotheses CHAPTER TWO:... Continue Reading
CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION ·         Background of the Study Countries with small populations and higher levels of development may cope with globalization better, but they cannot afford to opt out of the mainstream forces that are shaping the world. There is, however, no doubt that economic and socio-political discontentment leads to... Continue Reading
Introduction A vessel accident is an unintended happening. Its severity may vary from no vessel damage to the complete loss of the vessel, no cargo damage, to loss of the entire cargo, and no crew injuries to deaths (Talley, Jin, & Kite-Powell, 2005). Thus, vessels safety regulations and their enforcement focus on prevention and reduction of... Continue Reading
CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background to the Study Cabotage is a legislative tool restricting access or reserving maritime or aviation trade within a country’s territorial jurisdiction to the local capacities. The Nigerian Maritime and Cabotage was introduced by the Nigerian Government following calls by prominent maritime specialists and... Continue Reading
TABLE OF CONTENT Chapter One            Introduction 1.1         Background of the study 1.2         Statement of the problem 1.3         Purpose of the study 1.4         Significance of study 1.5         Research questions 1.6         Scope of study 1.7         Limitation of... Continue Reading
A STUDY OF MARITIME FRAUD AND ITS EFFECTS ON WORLD SEABORNE TRADE Abstract This study examined maritime fraud and its effects on world seaborne trade. The Nigeria port authority is in charge of seaport and other marine elements in Nigeria and responsible for the regulations of shipping and other international trade in the country. This study... Continue Reading
INTRODUCTION One of the key factors that play a pivotal role in a region’s economic growth is the presence of a reliable and efficient transportation system, this is mainly due to the fact that a well developed transportation system provides adequate access to the region which in turn is a necessary condition for the efficient operation of... Continue Reading
TABLE OF CONTENT PAGES Title – – – – – – – – – – – i Approval Page – – – – – – – – – ii Certification – – – – – – – – – – iii Dedication – – – – – – – – – – iv Acknowledgement – – – – – – – – v Abstract – – – – – – – – – – vi Table... Continue Reading
Abstract This paper study examined the effect of privatization on the performance of Nigerian seaports, using pre- and post-privatization data. A Mann-Whitney Wilcoxon (MWW) test was applied to data (secondary) on two major indices of port operation (average berth occupancy and average turn-around time). The result of the analysis showed that on... Continue Reading
ABSTRACT This study was intended to evaluate the maritime security, information and communication technology. The study employed the descriptive and explanatory design; questionnaires in addition to library research were applied in order to collect data. Primary and secondary data sources were used and data was analyzed using the correlation... Continue Reading
Abstract This study is on evaluation of the inland transportation and its effect on logistics in Nigeria. The total population for the study is 200 staff of ministry of transportation, Lagos state. The researcher used questionnaires as the instrument for the data... Continue Reading
ABSTRACT In 2003, the cabotage law was adopted with the provisions of the empowerment of local investors to take domestic trade controls of shipping and develop enough muscle to assume the right place for Nigeria as maritime nation in the movement of its import / export cargoes including oil and crude oil to international markets. Implementation... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:TRM0007
  • Pages:105
ABSTRACT Study examines the impact of ocean shipping trade on the economic development of Nigeria, covering the period from 1976 to 2015. Ocean shipping trade, in thousand tons served as an independent variable in all three set of assumptions, the gross domestic product, the value of Nigeria’s external reserves and payment of external debt were... Continue Reading
CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND INFORMATION According to Ndikom (2006), The Word freight rate connotes the reward usually payable to the carrier for the carriage and arrival of the goods in a mercantile condition ready to be delivered to the merchant. Maritime z shipping services are usually priced conjunction with land mode of transport... Continue Reading
CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY Despite the efforts of the government of Nigeria in fighting corruption in all sector, several unwholesome activities is still going on in the maritime sector most importantly by the shipping agencies and terminal operators, under the watchful eyes of government agencies, conniving to slam... Continue Reading
CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background of the study Worldwide Port and Maritime operations and their associated facilities and infrastructure collectively represent one of the single greatest unaddressed challenges to the security of nations and the global economy today. The reason that ports and shipping activity are so difficult to secure lies... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:TRM0003
  • Pages:106
CHAPTER ONE GENERAL  INTRODUCTION Background to the study A port is a location on a coast or shore containing one or more harbors where ships can dock and transfer people or cargo to or from land. Port locations are selected to optimize the access to land and inland water, market demand, and sheltered from the wind and waves. The use of the sea... Continue Reading
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