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    The first thing was “buying a parking pass is like going hunting for a spot, it’s better to just ride the bus or look for a free pass.” The second thing was, “it’s better to stay on campus all day/between classes than to go home because you’ll accomplish more.” These two ideas are not exactly folklores but pieces of advice that have been passed down throughout the commuter community. You can either learn for yourself or if you ask other commuters, they will tell you the same thing that Robyn told…

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    Traffic In Jakarta Essay

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    Traffic In Jakarta Have you ever imagined being stuck in traffic worse than New York? If you haven’t, then you’ve never been to Jakarta. The capital city of Indonesia that is home to roughly ten million people has to endure in such distress in their daily commute that has to travel twice less of an average speed in New York said Greenfield. This traffic is greatly caused by the impacted population that the city has to accommodate, the lack of public transportation and the slow-growth of roads…

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    different travelers of different trips. Travelers can receive these necessary information at home, in the office or en-route to determine their trips, route and mode choices (Jou et al., 2004). With this system to avoid traffic congestion and delay, find out shorter route, and choose the best transportation mode will directly save energy, reduce pollution, and make contribution to the GHG emission reduction goal. 6.2 Smart Parking A report (Shoup, 2006) indicated that people seeking for parking…

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    According to the Scientific American (PyperClimateWire 2014), “a smart parking system that uses sensors to detect when parking spaces are open and sends the information to the drivers in real time reduce the time spent looking for parking spots by 21%, leading to associated emissions and fuel savings. Los Angeles County, Calif., introduced a traffic signal synchronization program to improve the throughput of vehicles that result in saving 31.3 million hours of travel time, 38 million gallons of…

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    Are you sick and tired of struggling to find decent parking spots on the hectic streets of the city? Choose the ease and convenience of a parking garage instead! For over 10 years, One Parking has provided accessible and affordable garage parking solutions for residents all over the New York City area. Whenever you need quick and easy garage parking in the big city, they are the premier name in parking garages to trust. Everyone knows that street parking can be a nightmare, especially in the…

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    Etse Lossou 10424363 Topic: Impact of Traffic Congestion on Commuters; a case study of Accra-Kasoa Road Literature Review Road Traffic congestion has always been a major problem all over the world. Both the developed and developing countries are battling with the problem but with different degree of commitment. On the 14 of October 2014, a study from INRIX and the Centre for Economics and Business Research (Cebr) revealed that the total cumulative cost of congestion in the UK’s economy is…

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    “Don’t Be Sorry for Yourself,” a thought-provoking essay written by A. J. Cronin. It deals with the problems of anxiety and trepidation in our life. In this age of competition and rush, everybody seems either afflicted or knows someone who is afflicted. The highly competitive and material culture undermines our nerves. Anxiety and self-pity are due to the fear of failure and doubt in various professions, different relationships, achieving success and other materialistic things which may lead us…

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    family member to help out for the stuff he can’t do anymore makes it easier because that’s what family is for. Now every couple weeks if his arthritis isn’t flaring up he build stuff for friends or for around the house but if a lot happens at once he needs help. He told that once I get to that point it is better to just let people who are willing help. It makes it a whole lot easier on yourself and people close to you. They get frustrated when you don’t let them help and you get frustrated when…

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    how my family dynamics were. Then third grade came around and we moved from Brockton, Massachusetts to Derry New Hampshire. And by “we” I mean everyone except my dad. So, after moving my older brother being four years older than me decided that he wanted to become the dad figure. He would tell all of us what to do and he thought he controlled the house. That caused problems towards high school. Now being 11 months apart from my older sister I grew very attached to her. She was my role model, I…

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    Denise grabs her water bottle and sits down, leaning her back against the mirrored wall. As she takes a sip of water, Kate sits down next to her and says, “hey” in a friendly tone. “Oh hi,” Denise replies. Kate ignores the distaste in Denise’s voice and says, “good job with the dance today. You choreographed it really well.” Denise murmurs “thank you,” and stands up, taking her water bottle to the other side of the room. Of course Kate just has to be the nice one. Yes Denise worked hard…

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