City and state:
Traffic gridlocks have been one of the major concerns in major cities. The gridlocks are mainly caused by the presence of many motor vehicles due to the high population density and also due to bad weather that hits the cities once in a while. Bristol has been one of the hard hit cities. The city experiences high traffic congestion during the peak hours that leave the commuters stuck in traffic for hours. Long term solutions are required to counter the problem. This writing shall conduct a quantitative research aimed at giving a proper understanding of the factors that cause the congestion. This shall be instrumental in generating long term solutions of tackling the problem.
Bristol Traffic Congestion Technological advancement has positively revolutionized the transport sector. However, it has brought about diverse transport problems too. Technological advancement brought about vehicles that have increased mobility of people and goods especially in the urban regions. However, the presence of too many motor vehicles in densely populated towns such as Bristol has led to traffic congestion which has cost motorists and commuters much of their time. Usually, most of the Bristol residents rely on public transport, personal cars and motorcycles for transport. The public transport is mainly by bus network which is provided by First Group. The busses have been known to be unreliable and expensive leading to high private car usage. The high private car usage has led to traffic gridlocks. This report seeks to conduct a research on Bristol traffic congestion. Bristol has a diverse transport network that consists of a road network and a railway network. The road network consists of a M4 motorway that connects the east-west axis from London to West Wales and an M5 motorway that connects the north-southwest axis from