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Tertiary Activities

Tertiary Activities; Chapter 21

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Name the factors that influence transport. Physical and human factors are what influence the development of transport services.
Name you chosen Irish region. The physical and human factors that influence the development of transport services are in the North and West region of Ireland.
Give two examples of the tertiary activity you have chosen. The North and West region is very mountainous, eg. the 12 Ben's Co. Galway and has many lakes e.g Lough Erne.
Name and explain two factors affecting the development of your chosen tertiary activity. Roads; All motorways radiate out from Paris like the spokes of a wheel, connecting the city to all other regions of France. The Boulevard Peripherique is a ring road around Paris, allowing access to various parts of the city withou the need to travel thro
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