People Entering the City Should Use Public Transport

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PEOPLE ENTERING THE CITY SHOULD USE PUBLIC TRANSPORT

1. INTRODUCTION
Public transport also known as public transit or mass transit is a shared passenger  transportation service which is available for use by the general public. Public transport  include buses, trains, 'rapid transit' like commuter and ferries. Other than that, it also includes taxicab and car pooling which are not shared by strangers without private arrangement. Most public transport runs to a scheduled timetable with the most frequent services running to headway. Nowadays, usually peoples using their cars or motorcycles to go here and there. Although, they all know there are many advantages by using public transport. In contrast, there still have disadvantages in using public transport.

2. BODY
A. Easy to go here and there by using public transport.
1. Easy for people who are not married.
2. Difficult for people go out with their family.

B. To avoid from traffic jam.
1. Hurry reaches at home.
2. Arrange time properly to avoid form traffic jam.

C. To reduce air pollution.
1. Using public transport can help in reducing air pollution.
2. For people working at the same place can go with the same car.

3. CONCLUSION
In conclusion, people should use public transportation especially when entering the city. This is because to make people easy to go here and there, to avoid from traffic jam and to prevent form air pollution. But, there are still have many solutions to against the negative things. However, it falls upon the peoples to choose which the best are for them and other people whether using own vehicles or public transport.

PEOPLE ENTERING THE CITY SHOULD USE PUBLIC TRANSPORT

Public transport also known as public transit or mass transit is a shared passenger  transportation service which is available for use by the general public. Public transport  include buses, trains, 'rapid transit'...
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