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The provincial capital has been named among the safest cities in the world, after the improvement of ranking place as it surpassed London, New York, Paris, Beijing, Sydney and Moscow on the World Traffic Index report.

According to a report, there was a clear decrease in traveling time, an increase in traffic rules compliance, an improvement in road safety awareness among citizens, and a reduction of head injury cases during traffic accidents in the city.

Lahore was one of the safest cities in the country in terms of traffic management.

According to an international survey, the provincial capital ranked 118th among 245 cities. Previously, the metropolis was ranked 38th but jumped to 118th in three years due to improvement in various areas.

Some of these areas of improvement include intelligent traffic management reforms, monitoring and checking of traffic with the help of safe city modern cameras and transparency on e-challaning system.

As per the index report, the city has not only reduced fatal accidents by 33 per cent but also improved traffic flow. According to a Punjab Safe City Authority (PSCA) spokesperson, the e-challan system has reduced traffic signal violations by 56 per cent.
 

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Yup. Thousands of cars and motorcycles running full speed within an inch of each other. Sounds about right.

The writer probably hasn't been in after work hours traffic in Lahore.
 

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Yup. Thousands of cars and motorcycles running full speed within an inch of each other. Sounds about right.

The writer probably hasn't been in after work hours traffic in Lahore.
I don't think the survey is based on the traffic volume or the distance between the vehicles.
It's more to do with the flow of traffic and safety observed by the road users etc.
 

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Yup. Thousands of cars and motorcycles running full speed within an inch of each other. Sounds about right.

The writer probably hasn't been in after work hours traffic in Lahore.
that is why i hate these rankings . they are utter BS
I don't think the survey is based on the traffic volume or the distance between the vehicles.
It's more to do with the flow of traffic and safety observed by the road users etc.
I think it is mainly because their aren't many accidents because people don't drive drunk or under influence.
 

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I think it is mainly because their aren't many accidents because people don't drive drunk or under influence.
hamary log bagher nashy ke bhi is trah drive kerty hain ke dosry mulk ke under influance bhi us se achi chalaty hoon gay .

misal ke tor per chand namoony dikhaoon ????????? dunya main or kaheen aysa nhi hota hoga shayed

just count and tell me how many violations you can find in each pic

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The provincial capital has been named among the safest cities in the world, after the improvement of ranking place as it surpassed London, New York, Paris, Beijing, Sydney and Moscow on the World Traffic Index report.

According to a report, there was a clear decrease in traveling time, an increase in traffic rules compliance, an improvement in road safety awareness among citizens, and a reduction of head injury cases during traffic accidents in the city.

Lahore was one of the safest cities in the country in terms of traffic management.

According to an international survey, the provincial capital ranked 118th among 245 cities. Previously, the metropolis was ranked 38th but jumped to 118th in three years due to improvement in various areas.

Some of these areas of improvement include intelligent traffic management reforms, monitoring and checking of traffic with the help of safe city modern cameras and transparency on e-challaning system.

As per the index report, the city has not only reduced fatal accidents by 33 per cent but also improved traffic flow. According to a Punjab Safe City Authority (PSCA) spokesperson, the e-challan system has reduced traffic signal violations by 56 per cent.
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hamary log bagher nashy ke bhi is trah drive kerty hain ke dosry mulk ke under influance bhi us se achi chalaty hoon gay .

misal ke tor per chand namoony dikhaoon ????????? dunya main or kaheen aysa nhi hota hoga shayed

just count and tell me how many violations you can find in each pic

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yeah but nobody gets hurt
 

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hamary log bagher nashy ke bhi is trah drive kerty hain ke dosry mulk ke under influance bhi us se achi chalaty hoon gay .

misal ke tor per chand namoony dikhaoon ????????? dunya main or kaheen aysa nhi hota hoga shayed

just count and tell me how many violations you can find in each pic

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Yes when discussing about Mexico City
Then why not talk about Mexico border.
Kabi bi tum loug topic per mut baat karna
Ayesa karney say farishtey naraz ho jatey hain.
 

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