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However, Kreag (2001) claims that the range of impacts from tourism is broad and often influences areas beyond those commonly associated with tourism. Leaders as well as residents who understand the potential impacts of tourism can integrate this industry into their community in the most positive way. The impacts of tourism can be sorted into several categories, the most common ones are; economic, environmental and socio-cultural impacts (Cook et al., 2006). Each of these categories includes positive and negative impacts. Recent studies indicate that tourism as a factor of change can affect traditional family values (Kousis, 1989), cause cultural commercialization (Cohen, 1988), increase the crime rate (Nicholls, 1976), and lead to negative elements such as prostitution (Cohen, 1988), and gambling (Pizam and Pokela, 1985).
In tourism industry, transportation takes a central position and the development of transport system has result a major expansion in tourism industry. Transport system is important for contribution to the national economy is very often held up as an end in itself. Transports consider as public utility and it is important element for the stability of the economy. All kind of transport such as rail, road, water and air has a high tourist demand for many transport companies not only for human but for goods also. Tourist also will consider the transport charge as their expenditure and therefore it is important for the transport companies to limiting the expenditure of the tourist trade.