Tackling the problem...
July 18, 2016 7:09am CST
There are many ways that such issues had been handled by applying measures as given below: 1. Restricted parking areas: This definitely discourages people to use their personal vehicles as they can't park their vehicles just anywhere. 2. Restricted use of roads: Toll booths and restriction implemented on the timings of some vehicles also helps reduce the traffic during peak hours. 3. Traffic updates: The Radio channels and television shows update the motorists and steer them away from the most congested roads. 4. The splitting of lanes on major roads separates the heavy vehicles from the lighter ones 5. The monitoring of number plates: There is some system that permits certain number plate’s vehicle on certain days. It reduces almost half of the traffic jams. The pollution is also reduced. Despite all of the above steps taken, there are still several more steps that need to be taken to control traffic issues in the developing countries. (Photo is mine: Another cloudy sky)
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18 Jul 16
@jaboUK Yes! Recently in National Capital, this odd-even thing was tried out. The vehicles with odd numbers on number plates and even number on number plates were allowed to drive on alternate days. Like today odd numbers can driven the next day even ones and so on.