In 1888, the
was launched on the roads of the British. By the year 2000, there may be a spike to 29 million on British roads. Optional means of transport ought to be considered and introduction of the Global laws to minimise car possessions and usage. I totally agree with the prospect of encouraging other means of transport and global rules amended to control vehicles ownership and its use because of the huge level of pollution and heavy traffic.
One of the reasons to endorse the idea of encouraging other means of transportation and its laws is the high pollution level ,particularly in cities and towns. If there is an increase in the number of automobiles on the road,
there would be a significant level of carbon emission.
may lead to global warming and resulting in climate change.
, Kerala is one of the states in India where there is a high population.
, every family in that state
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has a motor vehicle.
As a result
, there is high carbon emission and its effects in the form of cyclones.
, it is clear that public transport should be encouraged to minimise its effects.
Another reason is heavy influx ,especially near IT parks.
is because almost all employees commute to work in their own automobile.
, there was a study conducted by India Today on influx congestion, they found that Hyderabad is a city
highly congested. The reason for
is every employee who works in the IT park has their own cars.
has resulted in a heavy inflow in the city centres. So, it is obvious to encourage laws on vehicle possession and permit for public vehicles and metros would reduce
In conclusion, there can be very few benefits of having a private car particularly for whoever posses one.
, endorsing public buses and international requirements would aid to minimise natural calamities and heavy influx.