I don’t know much about the situation in small cities, but having experience of big cities; the common problem of almost all of them that I found is the traffic jam. In fact I feel that we still are living in the ages where there were no automotive, i.e. at that time it would have taken almost two hours from Airport to F10 when there were no automotive, and today it takes same time due to traffic jam (while it’s hardly 20 to 25 minutes drive). Well, the type of vehicles much seen on roads are not anything other than cars, out of which 95% have a single person inside them.
Well, that’s the situation having its roots affecting the economy, i.e. extensive usage of fuel creating shortage of it and hence the prices are increasing. On the other hand almost all 90% of these cars are gotten through car financing by banks, and all are insured as well. I don’t know why banks don’t start bus financing or something like public transport financing in coordination with public transport departments in big cities that should benefit a large number of people.
Anyways, that’s a long long debate that can of course bring a change in status quo, but it would probably not in near future. I was just going through an online auto insurance comparison web page found through a search from that I recalled my memories of the situation on roads that I happen to observe twice a day everyday, and I wish to put them all in words that I can’t do due to other pending tasks, so thanks to auto insurance web page that made me to write this.