• Sat. Jul 13th, 2024

Guwahati City needs to be well-planned

Even after becoming one of the biggest cities in the Northeast, people in Guwahati are facing a lot of problems.

One of the most critical issues in Guwahati is the deteriorating state of our roads and infrastructure. Potholes, damaged pavements, and inadequate drainage systems not only inconvenience commuters but also pose significant safety risks.

The importance of timely maintenance and development of our infrastructure cannot be emphasized enough. Another major concern is the escalating pollution levels in Guwahati.

With the growing number of vehicles on our roads and unregulated industrial emissions, air and water pollution have reached alarming levels. Immediate action must be taken to control pollution and preserve our environment for future generations.

Furthermore, the problem of traffic congestion continues to burden our city. Poor traffic management, combined with the lack of efficient public transportation systems, leads to chaotic traffic conditions, particularly during peak hours. Addressing this issue requires comprehensive planning and investment in sustainable transportation solutions.

In addition, the issue of inadequate waste management demands attention. Improper waste disposal leads to environmental degradation and health hazards. Robust waste management policies and community involvement are necessary to promote recycling and proper waste disposal practices.

To conclude, it is essential for both the authorities and the community to collaborate in effectively tackling these issues. By prioritizing infrastructure development, pollution control, traffic management, and waste disposal, we can transform Guwahati into a cleaner, safer, and more livable city for all its residents.

By Babli Kalita

Student of Journalism and Mass Communication, Dibrugarh university

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