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Subcontinental India

Tertiary Economic Activities

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Transport Second largest rail network in the World ( a legacy of the British empire) 62 000km of track
Most investment in public transport has taken place in larger cities or along coastal areas.
Over half of India's rural villages have no tarred roads. There are approx 5 cars per 1000 comparing to 500 per 100 in developed countries
India has a road network of over 2.1m km. Cities are prone to traffic jams and ox-drawn carts are commonplace on the major roads and cows often wander along the roads
Trains carry over 14m passengers a day. Kolkatta's undergroud railway was introduced in 1989.
Toursim In 2014, nearly 7m visited the region, up from 3m in 2003. Nearly 18'000 visitors were from Ireland. The toursim industry is worht over 5billion
Tourists are attracted to Himalayan Mountains and the Taj Mahal
Pople interested in yoy, meditation and beaches are attracted to Goa or Cochin
International tourism is limited due to the level of poverty. The government have implicated new policies of cleanliness
Internal tourism is increasing as the standard of living in ;arge cities is rising.
The region has been marketed as a adventure Holiday destination as it offers rock climbing paragliding and skiing
Created by: Megan k