Increasing car usage in many large global cities has caused a number of problems. Some cities have proposed banning private vehicles from the city centre. To what extent do you agree?

Owing to the increase in the number of private cars in large urban areas, it has been suggested by some that private vehicles should be restricted from plying major city roads. In my opinion,
i
refers to the speaker or writer
I
disagree that private vehicular movements should be banned, as there are no sufficient
insfrasture
on
ground
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the ground
to serve as
substitute
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a substitute
substitutes
and cover for
such
abolishment.
Firstly
, banning cars from the central business districts of a number of large urban areas will actually cause additional problems due to insufficient infrastructure.
This
is because several commuters who rely on using their own cars for their daily activities will suddenly be required to find
alternative mode
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alternative modes
an alternative mode
of transportation to enter into the city,
thus
leading to overwhelming of existing public transportation system.
For example
, simply adding extra train services will not work if the train stations available cannot cope with these new commuters.
Anoth
Suggestion
Another
point to consider is that there will be devastating economic consequences as many
business
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businesses
in the city centres rely on private vehicles to deliver their supply timely and on
daily basis
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a daily basis
.
For instance
, restaurants require daily food deliveries in the same way as florists
needs
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need
their flowers to be brought in early in the morning. The result of
this
will lead to
closure
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the closure
of
this
businesses
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business
. In conclusion, banning private vehicles is not a viable option as public transport services will not be able to cope with the higher demand while it's ripple effect on private businesses may lead to their failure.
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