Wah, Kubangan Kebo Di Tngah Jalan Bukan Cuman di indonesia, Di Inggris Juga! | Bonsaibiker

Wah, Kubangan Kebo Di Tngah Jalan Bukan Cuman di indonesia, Di Inggris Juga!

Ketika kita melaju dengan sebuah kendaraan di jalan raya, kayaknya di Indonesia sudah biasa nemuin lobang ditengah jalan, hhahaha, karena saking besarnya maka banyak yang bilang kubangan kebo, ya realnya sih kan buakn kubangan kebo, cuman saking keselnya pengguna jalan mungkin. Yup. tapi ternyata fenomena ini bukan terjadi di indonesia saja, sebuah laman di Visordown menrilis berita tentang prioritas perbaikan sarana publik khususnya masalah transportasi. Dan salah satu yang diangkat adalah perbaikan jalan yang rusak sehingga berlobang. Di artikel ini ditampilkan sebuah foto tentang jalan yang berlubang.

Ya dalam artikel tersebut ternyata yan paling disoroti adalah masalah perbaikan jalan ini yang mungkin sangat mengganggu para pengguna jalan. Berikut artikelnya:

THE IAM have released the results of a survey where they asked 1,117 councillors for their views on transport plans and road safety topics.

The top priority, according to councillors across the country is to address the issue of poor road surfaces and potholes. Improving road safety and increasing use of public transport are also major priorities for councillors.

However, priorites vary depending on each party; Conservative councillors are more likely to focus on road building, road surfaces and car parking. While Labour councillors are more likely to select road safety and the use of public
transport and Liberal Democrats are more likely to focus on cycling and walking.

However, despite potholes and poor road surfaces being at the top of their priorities when it comes to road safety, 40 percent of councillors anticipated a reduction in their budget for road surface repairs.

Top Priorities for Local Transport according to councillors

– Road surfaces/reducing potholes – 74 per cent
– Improving road safety – 70 per cent
– Increasing use of public transport – 66 per cent
– Reducing traffic congestion- 61 per cent
– Improving the local economy through better transport use – 58 per cent

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