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Question: Write a paragraph on ‘Traffic Jam in Bangladesh‘ In your paragraph define traffic jams and traffic rules and their impact on the general mass and show the way and means of removing traffic jams.

Answer: Traffic jam is the most unbearable problem in Bangladesh. It is one of the most irritating -drawbacks in Dhaka city. Everyone feels it but none seems to think over this unhappy situation as prevails in Bangladesh. Communication is an important aspect of our day-to-day life. And as such the bad effect of traffic jtrafficetter be understood than described. So, movements on the road and streets must strictly be regulated by certain rules, which we call traffic rules. Vehicles must keep to the left, obey speed limits, and should take and follow traffic signals. If these rules are followed strictly, the cars can go on smoothly without causing and traffic jam.  More often than not, there is glaring carelessness about these rules. As a result, ordinary people lose their valuable time and energy on their own to nothing. The government should take more effective steps to control this acute problem. Everybody wants to get free from it.


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Question: Write a paragraph about “Traffic Jam’ by answering the questions below.

  1. Where does the traffic jam occur?
  2. What are the problems in Dhaka city?
  3. Why does it occur?
  4. What are your suggestions to solve the problem?

Answer: Traffic jams have become a major problem in many towns and cities worldwide. In Bangladesh, this problem is most serious in Dhaka city. The city streets are often clogged with the long line of vehicles that can not move. Sometimes the vehicles stand still for hours together. This kills the valuable time of the passengers. They can not reach their destination in time. There are many reasons for traffic jams. A huge number of people live in the city. They need more vehicles and more traffic space to move on. But the roads and streets of Dhaka can not provide such space for the huge number of vehicles to ply on. In many metropolitan cities in the world, there are underground railways/subways and a sufficient number of flyovers that manage the traffic well. But in Dhaka city, there has been no such plan till now. Experts say that narrow roads, rickshaws, excess pressure of population, etc. have contributed to traffic jams. Whatever the causes of it, the problem needs to be solved or at least to keep it under a tolerable level. The Government must identify all the causes of traffic jams and try its best to take all possible steps to solve the problem.

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