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Gridlocks/ Traffic Jams are entirely manmade hata gorofa tano za expressway won't solve the problem

mbwakali

Village Elder
#1
Why do Kenyans who have/use PSV /"personal" vehicles behave like this !!!

Watu wakiboard hizi gari (matatus to be specific ) huwa wanapanda pole pole bila hustle ,some even wait to begged by kamageras ,others even queue if need be .Fast forward; wacha gari ifike final destination. Passengers clamouring and climbing over each other like monkeys.Ati nani atashuka wa kwanza . Ferking idiots, so umeshinda kwa traffic jam for an hour plus and you want to save a minute!! Some Of these PSV vehicles stop at mutiple stages looking for more passengers but it's very rare to see anyone complaining that wako na haraka .When you reach the final stage/destination Sahii ndio umejua uko na haraka!! Alafu Chief bonobo driver imeshinda ikioverlap, ikagwaruza gari kama tatu almost run over ten pedestrians ,wengine wale wanashuka midway wanarushwa nje kama mizigo (there are cases of people being literally thrown under the bus in the name of Faster Faster Brathe)
Hii mentality ya "I SHOULD ALWAYS BE FIRST" ilitoka wapi?
Yaani hutuwezi shuka/(drive)gari in an orderly manner like civilized humans . From the one closest to the exit et.al
Me hukaa tu hapo flabbergasted nashuka last as usual laughing my brains out,

Alafu...(on a sidenote) wale ma D,D, DRIVERS why tailgate ? Unataka kunusa kinyambis ya gari ya gari ya mwenzako ili? Tailgating causes accidents for no reason AAAND causes a snaking effect which creates gridlocks( the snaking effect ) aka traffic jams !!!



Hata tukijengewa barabara za gorofa tano (we the bonobos) will still f**k it up .

Me hopes you exude the same enthusiasm while voting in your next OverLord ndio awatombe proper. (That's why most will show up at 4am come the next election) Cheers . As usual You never cease to disappoint . Just another day in the zoo.
 

mishale

Village Elder
#2
gridlocks are everywhere even in 1st world countries or countries without Bonobos.
jam haitawahi iisha as long as everyone has the freedom of buying a car and we all access the same services at the same time in the same location.

countries have triple-decker highways, 6 level interchanges, 6 lane highways..... but jam bado iko.

the only way out is to ban the use of private cars and ensure public transportation is efficient- trains/tramps/high capacity buses/planes..... while also ensuring that other means like motorbikes/bicycles.. have safe places to ride on......

but this will still lead to chaos - look at India with all the motorbikes, Human traffic/jams......
so making sure that we are able to access the services at different locations at different times, well reduce the traffic jams considerably.
 

Tom Bayeye

Village Chief
#7
gridlocks are everywhere even in 1st world countries or countries without Bonobos.
Not really,some well planned cities have a normal traffic issue but atleast its moving with barely 15 minutes on avareage spent. Besides you cant compare nariobi with its british-esque planning of two way roads and its size to others. Unakaa aje kwa jam ya two hours na umetoka developing cunt-ry?
 
#9
gridlocks are everywhere even in 1st world countries or countries without Bonobos.
jam haitawahi iisha as long as everyone has the freedom of buying a car and we all access the same services at the same time in the same location.

countries have triple-decker highways, 6 level interchanges, 6 lane highways..... but jam bado iko.

the only way out is to ban the use of private cars and ensure public transportation is efficient- trains/tramps/high capacity buses/planes..... while also ensuring that other means like motorbikes/bicycles.. have safe places to ride on......

but this will still lead to chaos - look at India with all the motorbikes, Human traffic/jams......
so making sure that we are able to access the services at different locations at different times, well reduce the traffic jams considerably.
Ushawahi angalia train za Japan wewe?
 

Shaka

Village Elder
#10
Bumps za thika road cause this gridlocks, cars cruising at 100km/hr come to a sudden stop. With heavy traffic during rush hour the whole road become thika super car park
 

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