However, it is understandable that resolving the problem of traffic jam in Dhaka city is not possible within a short time. It needs both short-term and longterm strategies. Short-term strategies may include re-adjusting the school and office time keeping at least one hour difference, re-routing the public transport, reducing and replacing private transport with convenient and cheaper public transport, fixing different fare for rush and non-rush hour and finally keeping the foot-ways free from hawkers and shopkeepers. Long-term strategies, on the other hand, may be constructing long flyover from one end to another end of city, introducing underground rail service, undertaking co-ordinate and integrated strategies among different agencies working for city development, replacing rickshaws by assuring proper rehabilitation of rickshaw-pullers, constructing under-pass and foot-over-bridge in different important junctions and finally decentralizing the city itself. To reduce traffic congestion in Dhaka City, the most vital prerequisite that I feel, is the development of public consciousness. Unless and until we change our perception and develop a mind to abide traffic rules, whatever strategy we take, that will not work properly. I believe our law-abiding consciousness, good-intention and sincere co-operation can remarkably reduce traffic jam in Dhaka city. Thank you very much our teacher for his intellectual response. Again, we would like to take the honor to extend my cordial thanks and appreciation to the all participants for there response we can complete these research. we hope and expect, in future, Bangladesh can overcome these serious problem and becoming a traffic jam free city.
Solving the Problem of Traffic Congestion | NCPA