Park­ing prob­lems

Pakistan Observer - - OPINION - AYE­SHA FA­TIMA

I want to draw the at­ten­tion of con­cerned author­i­ties to­wards the park­ing prob­lems. Find­ing park­ing space in big cities has be­come a real prob­lem in re­cent years; it is even very dif­fi­cult to find park­ing in the city cen­tres of medium and larger cities around the coun­try.

An in­crease in con­struc­tion and the mul­ti­ply­ing num­bers of cars also lead to prob­lems with park­ing in many res­i­den­tial ar­eas. The devel­op­ment of shop­ping cen­tres as we know them to­day is an ex­tremely re­cent phe­nom­e­non. The mush­room growth of shop­ping malls, limited space avail­able for park­ing and grow­ing num­ber of cars, cou­pled with the cor­rup­tion and limited ca­pac­ity of the law en­forc­ing traf­fic po­lice, are the man rea­sons for the traf­fic mess in our medium and big cities. It is my hum­ble re­quest to the con­cerned author­i­ties to take an im­me­di­ate ac­tion and let us give a chance to thanks. — Karachi

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