1. Statement: The vehicular traffic has increased so much in the recent past that it takes at least two hours to travel between the city and the airport during peak hours. Courses of Action: Non-airport bound vehicles should not be allowed to ply on the road connecting the city and the airport. The load of vehicular traffic should be diverted through various link roads during peak hours. The departure and arrival of flights should be regulated so as to .avoid congestion during peak hours.






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  • By: guest on 02 Jun 2017 01.27 am
    Clearly, the schedule of flights cannot be programmed on the basis of the city's traffic conditions. So, III does not follow. The only solution of the problem seems to be to regulate traffic movement and to provide alternative routes to various destinations so as to divert the traffic off the congested roads. Thus, II follows. Besides, the convenience of both the airport and non-airport bound vehicle owners is to be taken care of. So, I does not follow.
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