Mar 24 2019 |
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Here are four statements about traffic in the Netherlands. Are the following statements true or false?
Most of the kilometres travelled are for working purposes.
The number of kilometres travelled by car has increased strongly over the past 40 years.
The number of kilometres travelled by train has increased strongly over the past 40 years.
Commuter traffic has increased greatly due to urbanisation.
Which is the 'airport city' of the Randstad?
Why has traffic increased so strongly in the Netherlands over the past 50 years?
Because of increased prosperity.
Through constructing rush-hour lanes.
Due to the congestion policies of the government.
Due to construction of many new railway lines.
Where is the most congestion in the Netherlands?
In the east
In the west
In the south
In the north
How can congestion on the motorways be combated? More solutions are mentioned ...
Through extra lanes.
Increasing taxes on petrol and diesel so that fuels become more expensive.
By building more 'compact cities'.
Improvement of public transport.
Through information signs over the motorways which show the maximum speed.
By car pooling.
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