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[size=30]Houses and other reasons delay the construction of new roads in Iraq .. And a study predicts an "unprecedented suffocation" of the streets: 200 cars per kilometer!


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Yes Iraq: Baghdad

Today, Friday, the Parliamentary Services and Reconstruction Committee revealed the reasons for delaying the completion of some roads in Baghdad, while confirming that completing the ring roads will contribute to resolving traffic jams inside the capital.
Committee member Jassim Al-Bakhati told the official agency, "Basmajah Highway has been settled with the Investment Commission and is under implementation," indicating that "the problem lies in the street's approaches, as there are some transgressors that may cause the project to be delayed due to the removal and delay in response by street trespassers." Year ”.
Al-Bakhati added that "Basmayah Highway, according to the agreement of the Services and Construction Committee and the Investment Commission, will be the first investment road, and it will be ideal, at a rate of 22 kilometers," stressing that "the roads contain a problem related to encroachments on the road tracks in the Al-Sabiyat and Al-Shula area."
He explained that "some citizens have built residential homes, estimated at 140 homes, on the path of the road, which is one of the reasons for disrupting the project," noting that "the ring roads are supposed to be the link between cars coming from Nineveh or the north towards Yusufiyah without going through Baghdad, and thus preventing entry Trucks, and this in itself helps to break the bottlenecks inside the capital, Baghdad.
And that "the construction of these roads and not to bring large trucks to Baghdad will allow an outlet for traffic and there will be a smooth flow in the internal and external roads."
 
An unofficial and statistical study predicted that Iraq would witness a traffic momentum that would effectively paralyze movement in Iraq during the next few years in the event that no new roads were developed, as it is expected that the density of cars would reach 200 cars per kilometer of paving.
 
According to a study by the Future Iraq Foundation in its latest report, which "Yass Iraq" has seen, that "based on the data of the General Traffic Directorate, the number of cars approached 7 million cars, and an annual growth rate in the number of cars amounted to 39.2% over the past five years." The total number of paved streets in Iraq amounted to 46,000 km, an increase of 4.2%, which means a slow increase in the number of paved areas in exchange for an acceleration in the rate of increase in the number of cars by about 10 times.
 
 
 
The foundation states that "the number of cars, depending on population density, during the year 2035 is expected to reach more than 10 million cars at least, an increase of more than 40% from the current situation, while the current density of cars is 148 cars per kilometer tiled, noting that" In order not to cause great pressure and reduce traffic momentum, Iraq needs 101 thousand paved kilometers in order to reduce the density of cars to 100 cars per kilometer tiled, meaning that the required increase in the paved streets and all its accessories amount to more than 100% of the existing streets.
 
The foundation states that "in the event that no planning and construction has begun for the streets, it is expected that the density of cars will reach 200 cars per kilometer tiled, which means a very stifling traffic congestion that cannot be accommodated."
 
 
 
And stresses that “the government must actually work to find real alternatives to transportation by adopting public transport policies, building new cities, raising the amount of tax on preparing cars and setting up a street services tax in order to relieve pressure on demand for cars, and the government should open the field of investment in roads by adopting road investment in return for wages. It is a system adopted in many countries to relieve pressure on the streets and obtain funds that would strengthen the infrastructure of Iraq.
 
The Foundation shows that "not to initiate solutions from now, because Iraq will face a logistical disaster that hinders many areas in the near future."
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