Traffic congestion managements pros and cons - Coggle Diagram
Traffic congestion managements pros and cons
Integrated transport hub
Near commercial development. For example, Yishun's integrated transport hub. Bus interchange connected to MRT and a shopping mall.
Larger portion of land used
Bus lane shemes
Faster commute and transport. In Singapore, there are bus lanes and this has significantly reduced the traffic on roads.
More accurate bus timings
Construction causes a hinderance to drivers
Ignorant of rules and still use bus lanes
Expansion of rail network
More routes for travel
Reach more people and places. In 2018, the average number of people taking MRT transport each day was about 3302 but in 2019 the average number of people taking MRT transport is 3384. (Shows that more people enticed to use public transport)
Insufficient train capacity.
Negative environment impact.
Increasing capacity (Buses and rails)
More people transported in shorter times. The average peak wait for the NSEWL has improved by 8 percent in 2014.
More people enticed to use public transport. More than 8.4 percent more weekly trips have been added since January when more trains were added. (Singapore, October 7, 2014)
Higher possibility of accidents due to buses being nearer each other.
Increasing parking fees
More public transport used
People are unhappy
May not be able to afford increased parking fees
Traffic management technology
Faster travelling times
Expensive to maintain
Reduce the effects of traffic accidents.
the land transport authority's suite of traffic management systems comprises of many cameras at key junctions and expressways. This will allow motorist to receive information 24/7.