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Dijana Bošnjak orcid id ; studentica 4. godine Pravnog fakulteta Osijek
Iva Ižaković ; studentica 4. godine Pravnog fakulteta Osijek

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In the late 20th and early 21st century noticeable changes have occurred not only in particular countries or regions of the world, but also on the global scale. One of these is changes is urbanization, which inevitably leads to deruralization. The rapid and strong increase of urban population and the general expansion of cities have influenced and led to changes in city traffic. Modern cities, especially those with large size and population, are facing traffic overload, so they necessarily require an organization of transport infrastructure. Congestion, pollution, and excessive noise are just some of the negative impacts that are, unfortunately, present in many of the world’s cities. Therefore, to preserve their own health and in search of a quieter life, people migrate from city centres to urban periphery. What remains in the city centres are mostly business premises and everything connected with them. It is the reason why the greatest traffic congestion in the cities takes place at the time when people are commuting to and from work. In this paper we will describe some of the mentioned problems of urban traffic, but we will also offer solutions for their effective elimination. Using public transportation, and bicycles or walking to work, if the distances are not too great are only some of the alternatives that may help in reducing the number of cars, in improving the functioning of urban transport, and thus in improving other aspects of life in the city.

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city, urbanization, city traffic, traffic congestion, environmental protection

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