Cargo Shuttle - Type 17
The Type-17 Cargo Shuttle is primarily used for ground-to-orbit transport missions. It was developed to support away teams for survey missions and only needs a crew of two. It is often used to transport ground vehicles such as buggies or hovercars to support extended stays in planets, and as such it has a small crew rest area in the middle of the craft, to allow them to use the shuttle as a home base. Unlike most other cargo shuttles, these are commonly posted aboard front-line starships and are used for a huge variety of missions.
The forward area contains a cockpit with two stations, as well as a jumpseat for a cargo specialist or passenger. Aft of this, there are two large side hatches which fold down to ramps over the warp nacelles to the ground. Cargo is stored in the section aft of this, and the floor has specialized gravity plating to hold things in place during flight. The aft end of the shuttle has another large hatch that can also fold down as a ramp. The shuttle has forward and aft phaser arrays, as well as graviton shielding, given that these lumbering vessels are attractive targets to pirates, but they generally don't operate in areas where they are more than an hour or so from getting help.