ENG 121: English Composition 1
While city life brings many social opportunities, country life can provide the best of both worlds. “There are many advantages and disadvantages to living in the country and living in the city”. (http://www.oppapers.com/essays/Compare-And-Contrast-City-Living/452075) Depending on what kind of lifestyle a person wants to lead, decides on where they should live; a fast paced, busy lifestyle, live in the city. A slow paced, and laid back lifestyle, live in the country. In the city, traffic is everywhere. You have to wait at stop signs and stop lights for a longer period of time due to the high volume of people. “By the Texas Transportation Institute's reckoning, the cities having the worst traffic problems are: Los Angeles, Calif., Long Beach, Calif., Santa Ana, Calif., San Francisco, Calif., Oakland, Calif., Washington, D.C., Atlanta, G.A., Houston, T.X., Dallas, T.X., Fort Worth, T.X., Arlington, T.X., Chicago, I.L., Detroit, M.I., Riverside, San Bernardino, Calif., Orlando, Fla., San Jose, Calif., and San Diego, Calif. California has a decided edge in winning the award for the worst traffic, since five of its cities (or city regions) make the top 12 list. Several of the cities mentioned are well known as trucking, rail, air and sometimes sea hubs for logistics. The convergence of services taxes the infrastructure.” (http://www.forbes.com/2006/02/06/worst-traffic-nightmares-cx_rm_0207traffic.html) Public transportation is available to those in the city, but it does not cut travel time down. “To strengthen and improve public transportation, APTA serves and leads its diverse membership through advocacy, innovation and information sharing. APTA and its members and staff work to ensure that public transportation is available and accessible for all Americans in communities across the country” (http://www.apta.com/about/Pages/default.aspx). Waiting in...