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Come si puo’ migliorare Milano?Vantaggi del systema di Trasporto di Milano

Anche se Il sistema di trasporto della città di Milano e’ molto svilupatto, ci sono alcuni problemi che devono essere risolti.
Secondo me, I vantaggi del systema di Trasporto di Milano sono: 1).Ci sono diversi tipi di trasporto publico disponibili. Ad esempio- gli autobus, la metropolitana e I tram. 2 ).I orari di Trasporto sono rispettati .3). Anche se il prezzo di un singolo viaggio e’ aumentato abbastanza rispetto all’anno scorso, c’e sempre la possibilita per gli studenti di comprare un abbonamento mensile per risparmiare I soldi. Dunque vale la pena di farlo soltanto se lo studente usa il trasporto molto spesso.4).Poi, ci sono altri servizi come BikeMi, che sono utilizzati tanto dalla gente e con questo tipo di trasporto non si aumentano I livelli di Co2 nel’atmosphera.5). Successivamente, se la persona deve viaggiare di notte, c’e sempre la possibilita di prendere un Radiobus che ti puo portare a casa pagando molto pocco ma lo si deve prenatare molto prima.
Inoltre ci sono alcuni problemi :1).Il prezzo per il trasporto publico e’ aumentato del 50% rispetto all’anno scorso. Questo porta al fatto che più auto sono utilizzati per il trasporto in città, che è male per l'ambiente.2).Non ci sono abbastanza posti per parcheggio dei BikeMi.3).A Milano ci sono diverse zone dove non e’ possibile acquistare biglietti per il trasporto pubblico, e questo e’ un grande svantaggio per I consumatori perche prendono le multe.4). Nel tram ci sono spesso solo 2 posti per obliterare I biglieti. Questo e’ molto scomodo per I consumatori.
Per concludere,vorrei dire che il sistema del trasporto di Milano è migliorato molto negli ultimi anni, ma il ritmo di miglioramento dovrebbe rimanere…...

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