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Transport issues in developed and developing cities
Engineering and Construction
Pages 8 (2008 words)
Transport issues in developed and developing cities Student name Professor Institution Course Date Abstract Cities both in the developed and developing nations play quite a major role. This is due to the fact that it is in these cities where economic activities are concentrated and accumulated aimed at facilitating growth and development of the entire country.
This paper seeks to compare transport situation in Lagos city in Nigeria and the situation in New York in the United States and that of London in the United Kingdom since the year 1995. It addresses the similarity and differences that exists between the transport situation in Lagos being a city from a lesser developed nation and the situation as portrayed by New York and London being cities from the developed nations of the world. Further analysis is presented herein in relation the extent to which logos city might benefit from the experiences of the cities from developed nations that is New York and London. Over the years since 1995 Lagos is city characterized by complexity with a wide range of economic activities taking place. It is the largest urban centre in Nigeria. The population of Lagos is approximated to be roughly 17.8 million (Oni 2004, p.35). In most cases when a city is large and as continues to acquire growth and development it becomes more and more complex having increased potential for diverse disruptions especially in relation to the transport network hence the need for the managed of the complexity in an effective manner. ...
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