EFFECTS OF TRANSPORT AND INFRASTRUCTURE SITUATION ON PEOPLE’S QUALITY OF LIFE

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Abstract

Today, many countries are suffering from problems caused by poor transport infrastructure, negatively affecting people's quality of life. These problems can be seen more in the least Developed Countries or urban areas of most of the developing and developed countries. This report focuses on the problems of the transport infrastructure and their causes and consequences with global and national perspectives, which gives an idea of the problems worldwide.Issues like road accidents, traffic congestion, air pollution, and noise pollution have become widespread due to the lack of transport infrastructure, which has made it difficult for people to survive. The countries focused on in this report include Malaysia, China, Pakistan, and the African continent. Poor traffic infrastructure has been a problem for ages and will continue to be a problem in coming years. This report also talks about the future scenarios and the possible courses of action that can be taken to prevent or reduce the complications discussed.

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Editor in Chief. (2022). EFFECTS OF TRANSPORT AND INFRASTRUCTURE SITUATION ON PEOPLE’S QUALITY OF LIFE. JOURNAL OF MEDIA HORIZONS, 3(1), 17-25. Retrieved from http://jmh.com.pk/index.php/JMH/article/view/597

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