“ The best way for goverment to solve the problem of traffic congestion is providing free public transport in 24 hours per day, and seven day a week”. To what extent, do you agree or disagree?
It is sometimes argued that goverment should provide free-of-cost public transportation throughout the day in order to deal with traffic jams. I completely agree with it. ( it = this view)
First and foremost ( chỉ nên firstly), using public transports is a good way to minimize the problem of traffic congestion. As a matter of course, if people do this way ( in this way) instead of using private transports, the number of vehicles in the road systems would be reduced, and this evident in giving a great solution for traffic jams in the rush hour. Moreover, public transport ( ở trên bạn thêm s mà ) is supposed to be a safe one, bringing about the user’s peaceful feelings. In fact, the big reason for getting stuck into this problem is that so many traffic accidents caused by user with their own car. However, thanks to using public transports, traffic accidents have tendency in becoming reduced ( minh nghi nen tend to + V: xu huong ...) and traffic jams are reduced, too.
Secondly, providing costless public transports that work twenty four hours per day would encourage people to use this type of transport. It is the fact that,they could save money due to making a choice of using public transport. For example, if they go by private transports, they must spend a good deal of money for fuels but if they go by public transport, they would pay no fee. Besides this ( besides), with the possible solution of providing round-the-clock public transport, people could get access to the transport systems easier,which meet all the need of movement. These support from the goverment would enhance people’s awareness of using public transport as an effective way to avoid traffic jams.
In conclusion, I totally( minh nghi nen strongly) agree that people should be provided a free public transport in twenty four hours a day so as to solve the problem of traffic congestion.