To solve the traffic problem, which is really reflective of the society’s problem and psychology in general as article says, really needs a total approach, an inter-generational solution, which is not possible when you have a governance that only looks at things that could be accomplished within six years, on top of the fact that every succeeding administration discontinues the projects of the preceeding.
Many people come from all parts of the country to Bangkok in search of education and employment opportunities. The most populated city in Thailand, Bangkok is growing continually. Since it is the center of the economy and tourism, with a huge mass of people living and commuting, expressways and mass transit systems have been expanding to solve traffic problems. The city boasts a diverse transport system, connecting function areas and convention centers, sufficient to accommodate tourists and conventioneers.
Well at least they’re having traffic problems with class.
In the motion, presented by deputy leader for parliamentary affairs Mario de Marco, the PN also calls on the government to acknowledge the traffic problem and to implement a plan for traffic management.
In order to solve traffic problems, governments should tax private car owners heavily and use the money to improve public transportation. you man you right on the way of road blocking and traffic problem now days in pakistan so for this we can solve the problem by follow the rules of traffic so we can resolve the issue thanks for sharing the great information and don't forget me One of the first benefits of such a measure is that the heavy taxes would discourage car owners from using their cars because it would become very expensive to drive. This would mean that they would begin to make use of public transport instead, thus reducing traffic problems and pollution as well. Another benefit would be that much more use would be made of public transport if it was improved. It is often the case that public transport in cities is very poor. For example, we often see old buses and trains that people would rather not use. High taxes would generate enough money to make the necessary changes.But city officials have more than $600 million in proposed projects over the next 20 years to address traffic problems, and so far, no money to pay for the projects.