As I was walking through the crowded center of Dhaka, a double-decker bus appeared beside me. It was a double-decker bus, just like the ones I had seen in London. I guess this is one way to ease traffic congestion. If more people could ride on one bus, it would reduce the number of buses on the road, which might ease the traffic jam a little. But no matter how many passengers the bus can carry, there is no escaping the traffic jam that has already occurred. It was firmly stuck in the traffic jam, slowly moving its large body.
In densely populated Bangladesh, traffic jams are an everyday occurrence. The roads are occupied by cars, and the buses that mix with them are often packed. This bus was also packed. Through the open car windows, I could see the disgusted passengers. Traffic jams make people sick and tired, no matter where they are.
|Oct 2014 BANGLADESH VEHICLE|
|BUS CAR WINDOW DHAKA PASSENGER TRAFFIC JAM|
October 24, 2014
November 16, 2021
CANON EOS 1V
EF85MM F1.2L II USM