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Motorised transport and aviation both came of age as reliable means of movement during the First World War so adding two new modes of transport to those of shipping and rail. The logistics problems of the Great War, and the growth of road transport following the war made it obvious that transport in its broadest sense had become a science that had to be studied, learned and developed, if resources were to be used as efficiently and effectively as possible. The response to this need was the founding in 1919 of the Institute of Transport "to promote, encourage and coordinate the study and advancement of the science and art of transport in all its branches".
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