The only way to reduce the amount of traffic in cities today is by reducing the need for people to travel from home for work, education or shopping. To what extent do you agree or disagree?
Some people arguably describe that cumulating traffic in our day-to-day life is the major problem in metros. The feasible solution for decreasing the ratio of traffic in urban areas is for individuals not to have to go out for their daily activities like jobs, studies, and markets. Is this always the case? I vehemently disagree with this notion because, in spite of completing activities at home, there are few feasible solutions for this scenario. In the forthcoming paragraphs, I will try to elaborate on my agreement and disagreement points with examples.
On the one hand, it is undoubtedly true that if individuals are ready to work, study at home and also follow online shopping strategies, the number of vehicles inroads is comparatively decreased. For example, during the Covid pandemic time, employees were restricted from travelling, pupils began online learning systems, and housemakers were part of the online purchase culture. This has helped both Urban and sub-urban areas to reduce traffic conjunction, accidents and ailments. Apart from this, this culture will help organizations to reduce their cost in attainable ways.
On the other hand, as part of job nature and business matters, employees have to travel to all parts of the world, students want to go to their school for learning, and individuals have entered the market for their household chores. Nobody can jeopardize these activities in the name of traffic. These are our imperative daily activities. To reduce traffic in city areas, society should have classical infrastructure and roads, the same as in European or Gulf countries. This will help reduce the ratio of huge traffic sporadically.
Furthermore, classical road laws always help to curb the density of traffic in metros. As a developing country, these types of updated laws are part of the betterment of the development of society. Lastly, stringent actions should be taken against violators in urban areas. This will help to be a warm awareness to the public and also help to deterioration of traffic. For example, in GCC countries, traffic signal violators should get 48 hours of imprisonment without fail. The governments in GCC countries agree that these strict rules help them to hamper the violators, and they also it help to reduce traffic accidents.
In conclusion, it is undoubtedly true that rather than restricting the public in their daily activities, it is advisable to serve them in effective ways. It will curb all the road catastrophes.
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