Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Cars bite the hand, traffic chokes Saudi Arabia

...There is no doubt that there is a beneficiary (or beneficiaries) of the disappearance of the urban mass transit, and there are those affected by it. I consider that the disappearance of the collective means of transport and a crime against our cities crowded with cars and strangulated, the number of cars has become more than a small number of people, this is in addition to causing severe congestion and traffic jams, and the number of accidents and traffic violations, and result in lack of people to create and increase Aspethm and nerve disorder In addition to increasing the proportion of air pollution, corruption and greater neurological and respiratory diseases in cities... alwatan via google translate

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