Concerning solutions, World experience in tackling the convoluted congestion
setback in metropolises is focused primarily on two frank solutions: enhancing area
transport and making the use of private vehicles expensive. Area transport in most
European metropolises is well industrialized both in coverage and quality. All modes
(metro, tram, buses…) are clean, harmless, and affordable, and well integrated. The
goal is to permit for all groups of travelers (rich and poor, men and women…) to
move nearly anywhere in the city. After area transport is good, the use of private cars
across top hours becomes extra of a luxury rather a necessity, and those opting for this
luxury have to wage a colossal worth across tolls, parking prices, and congestion
prices Nagati asserts that bureaucrats ought to change the method they address the
setback as including innate communities. The top-down way bureaucrats seize to
approaching the subject, he endures, has arose in people seizing the situation into their
own labor such as coordinating microbus and tuk-tuks stops in spans that are not
served. The attitude towards casual transportation ought to be modified, Nagati adds.
"Instead of demonising tuk-tuk drivers, for instance, and looking at the phenomena as
a signal of backwardness, bureaucrats ought to work on incorporating them in a
system." El-Shahed trusts that cutting the daily number of vehicles pending to Cairo
from supplementary governorates (which constitutes concerning 1.5 million vehicles)
should help. "[They should] furnish area transportation at the Cairo toll gates and
parking lots whereas people can depart their cars and seize transportation into Cairo,"
El-Shahed suggests. The 2008 traffic regulation has to be revisited to safeguard road
control, El-Shahed adds, as the legislation presently permits main violations to be
disciplined alongside tiny fines. For example,...