And explain why would you like to go by bicycle/motorcycle/car
Well, travelling is my passion I never miss an opportunity to travel to new places. Though for long journeys as a family we prefer to travel by train, I would like to talk about the time when I would make a visit to a mountain area by car.
Recently my friend has got a brand-new car on his 19th birthday. But he is unable to drive the car since his father is not allowing him to move with the car until the college exams are done. Thereby, he is planning to make a trip in his car. Hence, we would tend to visit Leh Ladakh.
To be honest, I am yet to set the date for this trip. I have planned for it and will make it happen when everything will be in order. Most probably we will go after my exams.
I would like to go there by car because it is a long journey. A car is our best choice because it would give us room to comfortably converse with each other and shelter from inclement weather during our journey if any. Besides, this car trip would allow me the flexibility to travel to places of our choice at our own pace.
In the end, I’d just tell you that… If a man stays in one place for a long time, he becomes monotonous. Travelling removes this monotony and gives pleasure.
1. Which form of vehicle is most common in your country, bikes, car or motorcycle?
In India, most people prefer motorcycles for travelling within the city and when travelling alone, while they prefer cars when travelling to another city and when travelling with family.
2. Do you think air pollution comes mostly from mobile vehicles?
Automobile vehicles are undisputedly major cause of air pollution but in reality, most air pollution comes from energy use and production. This makes industries major contributors towards polluting our air.
3. Do you think people need to change the way of transportation drastically to protect the environment?
Yes, definitely! People need to radically change their transit options and think from an environment perspective. Because vehicles running on fossil fuels are no doubt a great source of air pollution. Authorities must impose strict guidelines. I believe the golden handshake between government and the public will do wonders for the environment.
4. How are transportation systems in rural and urban systems different?
I think the transportation system in rural and urban setup is quite different. let me tell you how, people living in densely packed cities typically already have easy access to a network of buses, trains, and perhaps bicycles. Metropolitan areas are specifically built to serve the needs of hundreds of thousands or millions of people who are all packed tightly into a small area. Compared to urban areas, rural regions are far more dispersed. Instead of amenities being packed tightly into one downtown area, they are spread out. Most of the time, cars are the most effective way to travel from home to work, school, or the supermarket.