GA's Four Transportation Systems Comic Strip
By jayo, Updated
Ms. Crowder Project
WTF!!! A lion? ahhhh!!!!!!
Don't worry I'm not real. I'm just your imagination. I'm here to tell you about GA's Four Transportation Systems.
Why Should I care about that?
Because It's on your next Test. Just pay attention.
There were 4 Transportation Systems: The Interstate Highway System, Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, GA's Deepwater Ports, and Railroads.
Interstate Highway: • created in the 1930s • supposed to encourage growth and development • there are currently 1,244 miles of interstate highway in GA
Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport • one of the busiest airports in the world • more than a 1000 en route • one of the largest employers in the state
GA's Deepwater Ports • important in America's International Trade • Brunswick Port was key during WWII • Also a primary port for the automobile industry. • In 2007 It became the busiest port in the U.S.
Railroads • South Carolina was the first state to build a railroad line in 1830 • Railroads dominated transportation for over 130 years, but the interstate highway led to a decline in railroads. • GA still has over 5000 miles of railroad track in use today.
Wow! Thanks for the useful information. You just might have helped me for my Test tomorrow.
No problem! Bye!
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