plan towiden roads in big cities foras a way of addressing (the problem of) traffic congestion. I somewhat disagree with this solution. implementation because this approachWhile it may work for thecities in developing countries, however,a more comprehensive approach is needed to tackle the traffic congestion problem effectively and efficiently for all major cities. Governments need to put their focus on limiting the the limitation ofnumber of cars on the road sand an improvement ofimproving public transportation services.
Building wider roads
wouldcould be a solution to thetraffic congestion jamin developing countries. This is because the infrastructure in thecities there is mostly underdeveloped. For example, the roads are rather narrow in countries like Thailand and Malaysia, which means the construction of wider roads could ease the heavy traffic in these places.
Nevertheless, a more efficient solution
ofto traffic congestion jamwould be to conductimplement a policy of reducing the number of vehicles on the road in (major/large) metropolises. As the main cause of traffic congestion is due tothe excessive number of cars on the road, a restriction will certainly reduceease the traffic flow. To illustrate, in my hometown, one of the biggest cities in China, where thethe flow of traffic in my hometown, one of the biggest cities in China, where conditionhas been dramatically improved since a regulation towards vehicle restriction was applied.
Another efficient solution
ofto traffic congestion would be to improve the public transportation service in major cities. The service should be made more readily available and appealing for commuters. In this way, they would prefer to take buses, trains and subways rather than driving their own cars to commute to work or for other journeys. for travelling across the cities.
In conclusion, I
restate my opinionreiterate that I partially disagree that building wider roads in mega cities is the proper solution to traffic congestion, because this approach may only work onin developing countries. A comprehensive solution for the traffic problem should be the restrictionrestricting the number of cars on the road and the promotion of thepublic transportation services for travelers.
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