Piotr Olszewski

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The example of Singapore shows that rapid urban and economic growth does not have to bring traffic congestion and pollution. Singapore has chosen to restrain car traffic demand due to its limited land supply. Transport policy based on balanced development of road and transit infrastructure and restraint of traffic has been consistently implemented for the(More)
T he city-state of Singapore with a land area of 639 square kilometers lies at the southern tip of the Asian continent. It has about 2.8 million residents and a vehicle population of 560,000, including about 284,000 " private cars.' There are 2,900 " kilometers of high-standard roads (including 110 km of expressways) with good traffic management measures.(More)
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