• Alternatives to Dhaka Traffic Jam
    different opinions. 5.2.1 Questionnaire survey I designed a questionnaire to conduct a survey and know what are the leading causes of traffic jams in Dhaka city. The effects of these causes that contribute to the traffic jam. The main concern was to analyze and estimate a better solution or to...
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  • Dhaka Traffic Jam
    Alternatives to Dhaka Traffic Jam ACKNOWLEDGEMENT This research paper is part of my course requirement Eng105 that was assigned to me for this fall semester 2007.The research paper is based on the most happening concern of Dhaka city- Traffic congestion. The research paper titled...
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  • Traffic Jam in Bangladesh
    dishonest persons who are busy in collection of illegal money from traffic rules violators. ➢ Heavy numbers of vehicle on roads. Traffic Jam and its reason at glance in Bangladesh Traffic jam is a common phenomenon in our country especially in Dhaka city, one of the mega cities in the...
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  • Recycling
    ENG 105.10 Faculty- SNY Questionnaire for Research Submitted by- Jannatul Fardous Metul ID- 111 0560 030 Research Topic- It’s killing our valuable time rather than saving. 1. Which one do you think is responsible for traffic jam in Dhaka city? a. Overpopulation b. Road construction c...
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  • Traffic Jam
    Journal of Management and Sustainability; Vol. 2, No. 2; 2012 ISSN 1925-4725 E-ISSN 1925-4733 Published by Canadian Center of Science and Education Possible Causes & Solutions of Traffic Jam and Their Impact on the Economy of Dhaka City Khaled Mahmud1, Khonika Gope1 & Syed Mustafizur Rahman...
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  • Transportation
    Transportation Problems of Dhaka City: Findings from an Opinion Survey A. Introduction Over the last few years the transportation problem of Dhaka City has visibly been deteriorating steadily. Citizens constantly complain about the unbearable twin problems of traffic jam and...
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  • Life by Choice Not by Chance
    . According to last (23/04/01) ETV Environmental Report: – the amount of lead in the air of Dhaka city is 438 ml., which is 80 ml. more than that of Mexico City (known to be the Gas Chamber of the world) Air Pollution & Traffic Jams are a great hazard to the Pregnant Woman & Serious Heart Patients...
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  • Logistics
    .) | |I will personally visit Dhaka city for the purpose of project. I will put some questionnaires to the above said officials and proprietors to | |find out information on Dhaka’s tourism--it existing condition...
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  • Customer Satisfaction on Land Owners
    -friendly environment. Source: Field work  Here 40% people strongly agree because everyone wants a city far away from creeping traffic jam of Dhaka city & deadly polluted air. So everyone want eco-friendly environment. Here 20% people are also agreeing with these statements. 20% people are neutral...
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  • An Empirical Study: Factors Affecting Purchase Decision of Motorbikes by Sahant
    years Dhaka city has significant increments of riding motorbikes. Because of traffic jam and as a matter of youth interest, trend of buying motorcycle is increasing particularly in the capital city. But the fact is there are lots of motorbikes are available and waiting for being sold, but some are...
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  • Unplanned Housing in Dhaka City: Finding Solutions
    Transportation There are many housing areas in Dhaka which are blocking the roads area making roads and streets narrower. This causes lack of space for vehicles to move through the roads easily and sometimes this result in severe traffic jams. Moreover in rainy season, these roads and streets become...
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  • Hotel Purbani International
    count losses. So this is a big threat for The Hotel Purbani. Location: Though the hotel is located almost in the center of the Dhaka city but for considering the foreign guests it is obviously a great disadvantage that the hotel is far away from the Airport. Foreign People can avoid traffic jam of...
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  • Rooftop Garden
    better to include these vegetables in the winter vegetable package. 2.2 Vegetables buying place: City dwellers are very much busy with their profession. Again most of the day’s time is being lost in the road for traffic jam. People prefer to buy from nearby bazaar. Vegetables may mix with...
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  • ustomer Satisfaction on Land Owners of AminMohammad Group: a Study on Corporate Branch
    is essential for all BBA students, because it helps him or her acquit with real life situation. The real estate sectors play a significant role in solving the housing crisis in Dhaka city, so I have selected Amin Mohammad Group which is one of the leading companies in our country. For completing my...
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  • Dhaka city Traffic Jam
    Traffic Jam in Dhaka City Over the last few years the transportation problem of Dhaka City has visibly been deteriorating steadily. Citizens constantly complain about the unbearable twin problems of traffic jam and air pollution. Democracy watch decided to address this problem through an opinion...
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  • An Improved Proposal of Reducing and Solving Traffic Problem from Dhaka City
    Dhaka is badly affected by the population growth. More than 7 hundred thousand rickshaws ply the city road, but only 75 thousand have legal number. This huge number of rickshaws is creating traffic jam. From time to time attempts are made to reduce the number, but the initiative usually produces no...
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  • Traffic
    Traffic jam in Dhaka Metropolitan City is spiraling day-by-day defying all efforts of keeping this menace under control. Learned experts on this subject have so far suggested various measures, but results are not encouraging. Some have blamed railway level crossings for interruption to free flow of...
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  • traffic jam
    is focusing current situation of traffic congestion problem in Dhaka city. What is Traffic jam? A traffic jam is a long line of vehicles that cannot move forward because there is too much traffic, or because the road is blocked by something. Over the last few years the traffic congestion problem of...
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  • transport problem solution in bangladesh
    ) reveals that the average speed of a major road of Dhaka city, named “Mirpur road” is 15 to 17 kilometer per hour during peak period. According to Meenar, (2000) the annual country wise economic wastage caused by traffic jam was USD 79 million for the year 1997. The traffic congestion cost is USD...
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  • Traffic Jam Speech of Igp
    Speech of the Inspector General of Police (IGP) Traffic Jam in Dhaka City: Challenges and Possible Solution January 15:2008 (12:30 pm) Mr. President- American Chamber of Commerce in Bangladesh Distinguished Guests, Ladies and Gentlemen Assalamu Alaikum and Good Afternoon Let me...
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