As people become increasingly more dependent on motor cars, the public transport systems tend to run down. This has serious consequences for both existing community and new communities, which are spreading farther and farther from town centres. Express your opinion, and support the same with reasons and examples.
The car and the powerful engine that supports it gives us the impression of speed and convenience. Seldom do we take our thoughts to the exhausts, which puff out millions of toxic and polluting particles taking the toll of toxic gases higher every second. In most of the big cities of the world, the pollution level is higher than the safe limits. This increase can be directly attributed to vehicular traffic on roads and to industrial emissions. Because of the convenience of personal conveyance and the lack of space within the city, the suburban areas have kept expanding outwards. The trunk roads to and from the city are clogged particularly during office rush hours in the morning and in the evening. So we can attribute the congestion and air pollution in the cities to the vehicular traffic. Because of this congestion, the ‘car’ traffic moves at extremely slow speeds, which increases both the commuting time and the pollution levels. On the other hand, the public transport system remains under-utilized and also suffers the impact of the congestion caused by the ‘car traffic’.
Every vehicle, the public and the private, get delayed and commuting time increases manifold. Yet there are ways to help the situation. If only there could be separate lanes for public transport, it would deliver better speed and make car driving less attractive. The city rail, using different routes than the trunk roads, could be another good option. The whole purpose is to make the public transport speedier than the ‘car’. This, in turn, will reduce the congestion, the pollution and help reduce commuting times.
Companies can progress by good communion, the collaboration between the employers and staff. Good incentives, individualistic approach, recognition and a pat on the back for the successful completion of a project can enhance the enthusiasm and can lead the company to visionary targets and goals. Discuss the extent to which you agree or disagree with this statement. Support your point of view with reasons and/or examples from your experiences and observations.