Posts Tagged ‘ traffic jam ’

Dhaka and its unbearable traffic

May 27, 2014
Tanvir Raquib
Dhaka and its unbearable traffic

Life in Dhaka can be unbearable due to constant traffic jam on almost every road and street. Everyday we are becoming less productive
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In the Republic of In-Spite-Of…

May 25, 2012
MK Aaref
In the Republic of In-Spite-Of…

My parent’s generation is unique. In their lifetime, three different flags have represented their existence. First, it was the Union Jack, accompanied by the ‘God Save the King’
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A sociology of Dhaka’s traffic congestion

January 31, 2011
Adnan Morshed
A sociology of Dhaka’s traffic congestion

Traffic congestion has become, alas, an iconic image of Dhaka and the hot-button issue in any dialogue on urban affairs. Recommendations that are typically offered, however, hinge on the flawed idea that there is a quick technical fix (for instance, a fly-over or an elevated expressway). Sure, there could be multiple technical approaches, but...
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