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The minimum road requirement is 25% for a standard city,

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transportation problem

  1. 1. Transportation problem in Dhaka • Prepared by Mohammad Jasim Uddin Roll no: BCE1503006210 Section: 6A Subject: Architectural ,Engineering and Planing, Appreciation Course code: CE 204 • Prepared for Saifuddin Ahmed Lecturer & Coordinator, Department of Civil Engineering, Sonargaon University
  2. 2. Capital City Dhaka • Dhaka is mega city and Dhaka is the capital of Bangladesh. More than twelve million people live in Dhaka and the population of Dhaka is increasing rapidly. So, many problems created by its huge population. The minimum road requirement is 25% for a standard city, whereas Dhaka has only 7.5% road of its total area which is creating huge traffic.
  3. 3. Traffic Jam in Dhaka city • Illegal parking. • narrow road spaces . • overtaking tendency of drivers . • lack of knowledge (traffic rules and signals). • Rickshaws • Tendency to break the traffic law • Increase in the number of vehicles • Poor traffic management system
  4. 4. Illegal parking
  5. 5. Tendencyto breakthe traffic law
  6. 6. Increasing the number of Private Car
  7. 7. Current % of traffic in Dhaka city Public buses 35% Private Car, motorcycles 30% Taxi, microbuses 10% Rickshaw 20% Other 5%
  8. 8. POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS • Include bus bay at the road side • Ban rickshaw from the main roads of Dhaka • Removing unfit vehicles • Ban rickshaw from the main roads • Deploying more double-deck bus • create awareness of using Foot over bridge
  9. 9. Includebus bay at the road side
  10. 10. Removing unfit vehicles
  11. 11. Banrickshawfromthemainroads
  12. 12. Deployingmore double-deckbus
  13. 13. createawarenessofusingFootoverbridge
  14. 14. TotalRegisteredVehiclesinDhaka