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ID number:353999
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Published: 08.01.2007.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: n/a
References: Not used
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Every day people are getting richer and richer, so they are able to buy their own private transport and so there comes out a problem – traffic jams, where people have to spend hours in their cars to get to the job. There are endless arguments how to solve this problem.

So, if we ban all private transport from towns and city centres, there comes out a lot of advantages. First of all, the air would be fresh and the percent of pollution will decrease. Secondly in the streets would not be any congestions and the third is that all the pedestrians will be in safe. Some people put forward the argument that we should allow delivery transport and public transport, but ban all private transport.…

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