Why isn’t garbage piled up at night in Little Paris, like in the big one?

In Paris, garbage is collected at night, as well as in Athens, and these are the busiest cities in the EU. Bucharest is not far away, because it has a similar population density. But here, in the morning, when peak hours are foreshadowed and parents take their children to school, the rush of this category contrasts with the slowness of garbage trucks.

We are talking about intense activity versus slow activity, because the metropolis on Dâmbovița needs to be organized on efficiency rather than social criteria. And effective means using the less crowded area at night, as those as crowded as we have been doing for a long time. For this reason, large cars on the streets, such as those that collect waste or supply stores, have nothing to look for during rush hours. Such activities should be outsourced while people are not in a hurry to school or work. Not for another, but in the Capital, the movement of trucks is prohibited at peak hours, only garbage trucks are allowed, although they are just as big!

It is also incomprehensible how, instead of the appearance of means to make the streets run permanently, the traffic with fences, which surround the tram lines, is over-regulated. I also mentioned the former Minister of Transport, Miron Mitrea, who declared in April 2008 that “it is stupid to put the tram over the subway, as it is in Obor”, and I wondered what can be said now when the tram is it over the subway and surrounded by fences? I want to add that no matter how intense the fenced tram goes, it doesn’t do it continuously anyway, as it happens with cars during peak hours, and the efficient solution, not social, is to restore the space to normal traffic in parallel with the tram going over ground level or descent underground, as in Greater Paris!

Reformulate. The traffic in Bucharest is extremely regulated, with unique directions, unique color, fences for unique routes. It was enough to have a subway with stations every 500 meters and parking blocks where Bucharestians can get their cars lined up on the streets.

If I also mention the need for a monorail – a suspended train, with a stellar network, meant to optimize the subway at peak hours, when it can no longer cope, investment made with European funds – I’m afraid that the “parents” of the fenced tram would be in able to stone me with cobblestones.


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