Traffic in the cities.
Evaluation Argument Essay
A paper submitted to Webber International University In partial fulfillment for the Bachelor of Science degree in Management.
March 20, 2013
Dr. Pat Nickell
During these holidays we have in the spring, spring break, I made a road trip with my friends through several cities and states of the U.S. coast. That fact has given me to compare many aspects between towns and cities here against the cities in Europe. There are many aspects that differentiate us Europeans with Americans, and there are also great differences between our cities, infrastructure, decor, shapes of buildings and many other aspects. But one of the great things that has struck me is how little suffering American cities with traffic problems. The width of the streets, the number of lanes that have their roads and some other aspects favor, which usually are huge problems in Europe for its citizens, politicians and visitors. Old countries us the European have to face with this problems because their cities are old and the structure is not prepare for face with this problems, also park and many of the activities related to the car are a problem which large cities cannot absorb this volume of cars, traffic congestion which is getting more serious every day. The reasons for increasing traffic jam of this problem in the cities are, many vehicles for a poor distribution of the space and inadequate infrastructure and also many families have same or more than one vehicle per member. Every day most people take their car or their motorcycle to go to their jobs or shopping and for every activity. Some scientists have calculated that throughout our lives we spend an average of four years in a car. This estimate includes both normal activity and sitting in traffic jams. Actually, traffic jams are also becoming a...
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