What is the Meaning & Definition of transit

Transit is the concept that we use in our language to describe the movement and flow of vehicles driven by a street, a road, a highway or any other way, as well as pedestrian, who is most vulnerable.
Without a doubt, the transit is a matter that we experience and is intimately linked to the mobilizations we do around the city when the people go to work, to study or to do any other kind of activity that involves traveling along the streets and roads of a city.
Move sometimes becomes a nightmare
In recent years, we must emphasize that the traffic has become a nightmare for almost everyone, that circulate in their private cars, those who work aboard a motor such as buses or taxis, and also for pedestrians, nobody is outside of the tremendous upheavals that generates the enormous flow of vehicles circulating through the city at any hour , from early until night falls.
And when we talk about nightmare we say it because clear that enormous amount of cars and vehicles circulating everywhere generate tremendous congestion that only aboard a helicopter we could circumvent or avoid. These bottlenecks make the movement slowly, especially in what is referred to as schedules movements peak when people enter or leave their jobs and obviously people struggling to get to their jobs and homes in time not hours and hours later.
The danger for pedestrians
Even even for pedestrians has become an everyday conflict traffic since the large flow of it makes that many standards are not respected and they then tend to generate claims vials that have as protagonists of them who make juggling for crossing pedestrians.
Traffic has really become a problem and everyday and this theme is information services of radio, TV and up to the newest social networks provide constants in which warns users which streets or roads should be avoided because they are collapsed or suffered any setback.
Looking for ways to improve the situation
Governments are also trying to beat this everyday problem adding mobilization such as new alternatives: restrictions on the use of private vehicles at some times, the spread of the use of bicycles creating comfortable and safe bike paths to walk and the improvement of public transport such as trains, subways and the new Metrobus services.
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