Transportation can be defined as a movement of an item from point A to point B or from A to Z and vise versa. This field is the most complex of all, because we can lose easily its focus. Infrastructure, in the third world, not to mention its systematic mechanism used in transport, is a big and costly problem

As we all know, any type of transportation is a huge burden for developing countries. They do not have skills, fund or capabilities of solving this matter we want to play a key role as mediators, negotiators, who will find, bring all players to a round table and look for what is best for both worlds. Studies, analysis and contracts are tailored accordingly. Developing countries have to lower its cost and make any plan sustainable to create roads, airlines or ocean services. We can reach individuals, corporations, agencies, etc to gain contracts and build what is needed overseas


Education: In relations with American engineering schools, universities, trade agencies, we must have in place programs that address needs. Students will apply or enter existing programs to get knowledge, practical skills to take with them back to their countries, and put them to use for the welfare of their communities. Seminars, pilot programs will be tailored according to needs of respective demands

Expansion: Linkage in learning from distance must motivate countries that want to improve its infrastructure and assess progress over several years

Contracts through ONG, private sectors and agencies, state and federal level will be available for such workload for developing countries

Fund will be raised with existing air, ocean, philanthropies or Corporations who are willing to support our MISSION.

1. Contract with developed countries a creation of a very strong infrastructure locally and nationally.

2. Control and maintain, repair inner links to fluvial to roads, air to roads vise versa

3. Empower economic development by bridging the gap with modern technology.

4. Bring more reforms in setting accelerated building models to be applied in transportation worldwide.

5. Facilitate policy and regulations and lower standards to facilitate private sector reforms

6. Improve and stimulate life of kids by giving free passes to use on school buses


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