The study of migration is according to DeTona et al (2010) a prominent subject in the social sciences since the 1960s. In other words, why do uneven geographies of development, that create the conditions of contemporary migration, exist at the local, national, regional and global level (and how are they related). To move policy analyses beyond short-term, and often short-sighted, evaluations of the 'effectiveness' of particular programmers and initiatives, scholars must interrogate the underlying structures that are producing the geographic inequalities and contribute to the emerging patterns of the migration in the world today" ( Skeldon, 2008). For increasing the role of transportation in sustainable development, we need to use some strategies for increasing sustainability. These strategies include promoting public transportation, demand management, improving road management, pricing policies, vehicle technology improvement, using clean fuels, cultural enhancement, and transportation planning (Mosaberpanah and Khales, 2013). At the end are thank reviewers text and acquisition editor Marco Braga as well as publishing house "Scholars' Press" in Germany.