Managing Traffic Situations

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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?

The traffic, and the traffic fumes, is the biggest form of pollution over the air. Every day a huge quantity of exhaust fumes, which contain the pm10 fine powder, pollute the air, ruining it. The government of all the industrialization state, which are the major producer of these problems, are concerned about this environment pollution and they become more active to reducing it. One way of do this work is being considered more effective than others. It is generally though that we use our vehicle to move from our house for three main activities : work, education and shopping; reducing these needs can resolve the traffic problem. But it is not so simple to realize because to reduce the distance for these activities you have to tailor your plans with a lot of various needs each referred to a different person. This could means that all the companies, which gave work to your citizen, have to move in the center of your city to be reachable by bicycle for its employee. Furthermore all the shopping mall and school are necessarily centralized for the same reason. However the finest solution to avoid the centralization could be the massive improvement of the public transport. More buses trip, with a particular trip only for the child to go school and a specific train only for the commuters, which do only one stop, can resolve the problem for the biggest people involved in these change. Secondly if the workplace or the shopping mall is not reachable by train or bus, the car sharing must be the only alternatives. Most of the problems that we have caused to our planet needs a solution now before it is too late. Even though this can be very a very simple way to deal this problem it could be the more efficient.
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