January 9, 2018 at 7:00 am #159759
The best way for governments to solve the problem of traffic congestion is providing free public transport in 24 hours per day, and seven days a week.To what extent do you agree or disagree?
Over the past decades, the modernization, globalization has become under fire around the world and spark controversy to general public derived from traffic congestion. Some adopt a view that local authority should maintain free public means continuously, permanently throughout daylong to handle traffic jam; however, i side that this resort might not confront with the root cause. The discussed essay below will attempt to indicate my perspective towards this issue.
Firstly, one point which is considered to be absolutely pivotal that social carriage may not expedient due to having to serve myriad individuals at the same time. In 2016, a report was carried out and the result was astonished; 90 percent of Vietnam family have more than 1 private scooter, motorbike. This can be construed as the handiness is the top priority when people choosing vehicle.
Secondly, equally importantly, traffic congestion only happen in rush hours, therefore opening public transportation for free whole day would not have any major impact to the circumstance. Instead government should focus on enhance facilities likewise expanding road system or construction planning.
Notwithstanding mentioned argument, freely travel by social means all days is not to be said that does not have some worth value. Needless to say, costless transport would attract a wide range of citizens, as a result, the congestion would be improved at some point. However, the impact would hold limitations due to not confronting the root cause.
In conclusion, free public means whole days in order to solve the traffic jams would be impossible to social aspect and inhabitants’ position, not only does it limit the handiness in traveling, but also it not solve the initial causes. Regardless, it still has some difficult as outlined above.
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