Effects of blocked streets on the environmental pollution of the city of Baghdad (Neighborhood (909) Eastern Karrada as a case study)
DIYALA JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING SCIENCES,
Volume 10, Issue 4, Pages 155-173
AbstractThe process of blocking streets in the city of Baghdad has had a significant impact on the lives of citizens in several aspects, including psychological, physical, physical and other effects, but the lack of a clear perception of the environmental effects caused by the streets in the city of Baghdad is a problem that must be addressed, The research found that the vehicles are forced to travel long distances in order to reach a certain point instead of going directly to them because of the blocks in the streets of Baghdad.
It has been shown that the movement of these additional vehicles generate a number of problems, including increasing the temperature in the atmosphere of the city of Baghdad as well as air pollution as a result of the increase in emissions of car exhaust gases and also increase pollution noise, and on the other hand, the increase in fuel consumption and consumption of vehicles due to increased distances And the consequent financial burden on the citizen in the first place, in addition to all that loss of time as a result of this additional movement of vehicles.
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