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Dubai’s traffic crisis

In Dubai they have tried almost all possible solution to solve the traffic problem, solutions that you would not even dream about in your city unless you are really a dreamer and the conclusion is building more roads wont solve it.

They have Dubai Metro under construction now, a tram system, train network, water taxi service and even thinking of helicopter service; with an investment of 95 Billion AED.

Reading some facts and statistics about Dubai been my interest in the last couple of weeks and the more I read and more I pause with WOW.

[tags] water taxi service, helicopter service, train network, traffic problem, tram system, problem solutions, possible solution, dubai, dreamer, metro, conclusion, statistics, UAE [/tags]


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