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The level of development and strength of the economy of modern cities are measured based on the state of public transportation. This part of the project relates to the state of public transportation in three post-Soviet capitals.
Accelerated pace of urbanization, migration from villages to towns, overloaded traffic, time spent in traffic jams, irregular public transportation and chaotic developments are the reality in the cities targeted by our project.
According to Georgia’s Road Traffic Law (Chapter III, Paragragh 20), all pedestrians should be able to walk safely along sidewalks and pedestrian paths.