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Not a Sovereign Remedy
Traffic congestion in Chinese cities is a reflection of poor administration more than excessive automobile ownership. Technical measures and financial input are far from enough to cure this urban disease
Finding a Way Out

While congestion used to be only reported in big cities, such as Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, smaller cities, such as Chengdu, Xi'an and Nanjing are also starting to feel the pain of chronic traffic jams. Many traffic management experts believe current measures could only alleviate jams in various cities while the fundamental solution lies in the optimization of the urban planning

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More Cars, More Burden
The increasing number of cars has brought many problems to China
A Hard Reform
New official vehicle management system is in the works
Should the Buying of Cars Be Limited?
The latest policy in Beijing includes strict restrictions on the number of newly purchased cars in the city. This policy, from the time it was released, has received much public attention and been the topic of heated discussion
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Rental Car Market Grows in Beijing
Official: Priority Will Be Given to Building Public Transport
210,000 Apply for Vehicle License Plates in Beijing
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