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How Asia’s traffic roar back?
How Asia's traffic roar back?

How Asia’s traffic roar back? 

Asia’s traffic comes back with speed as the coronavirus lockdown ends. Asia’s big cities are bad traffic block, lay unsteady pollution, and exhaust the daily delays on their residents.

Asia’s traffic once again roars back:

Bangkok’s air quality index ( AQI) currently turned clear as the vehicles compress with its main vanished.
In Beijing, overpasses were emptied after China banned movement as it fights with the coronavirus spread of the disease.
After lockdown ends restrictions have relieved in most of Asia’s rising cities as nations compress down the first wave of the disease and economies heavily need on the movement of people.

In Hong Kong, party people are slowly returning to the streets of Lan Kwai Fong, a popular drinking area in the central business district. It was a temporary ban on the sale of alcohol in bars and restaurants.

The bicycle is back in Hanoi. The cars once more block the Karachi’s streets. Massive amounts of traffic speed up once again. Traffic once again returned to Beijing’s ring roads as lockdowns caused by the coronavirus ease. the temporary break from traffic has been broken.

Few weeks before when lockdown enforced at the countries. Pedestrians control the roads as lockdowns, curfews, and self-isolation fear the Covid-19 pandemic disease. It’s quite unimaginable to keep hundreds of millions of people indoors.

Karachi once again seems with rickshaws and cars. Traffic gather in such a huge blockage.
Traffic has also seen in Wuhan in China’s Hubei province, where the coronavirus first emerged last year, vehicles once again block the city’s highways and roads as life returns to normal.
As lockdown ends roads are heavily filled with the vehicle. Asia’s traffic once again comes back to its normal routine. Cars busses bicycle clog the streets. People are facing difficulties while arriving at their destination. A temporary break from traffic has been now broken. Asia’s megacities are badly traffic-choked.
Lockdown ends because of an economy heavily dependent on the movement of people.

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