IELTS Speaking Part 1 with model answer. Specific topic basis Sample answer Collection.
- What transports are there in your city?
- Which one is your favorite?
- What do you think of your city’s transportation system?
IELTS Speaking Part 1 Question And Sample Answer:
What transports are there in your city?
People in my city go to work or travel by bus. taxi or city train. The most popular one is motorcycles. People cannot ride bikes as my city is hilly and the roads are bumpy.
Which one is your favorite?
I prefer to take the city train as it is clean and you don’t have to worry about trafﬁc jams.
What do you think of your city’s transportation system?
Well, it has improved a lot in the past years, and the city council has invested money on the road construction. The road conditions are much better now.
You Can Add More:
- Trafﬁc congestion and parking difﬁculties. Congestion is one of the most prevalent transport problems in large urban agglomerations. It is particularly linked with motorization and the diffusion of the automobile. which has increased the demand for transport infrastructures. However, the supply of infrastructures has often not been able to keep up with the growth of mobility. Since vehicles spend the majority of the time parked, motorization has expanded the demand for parking space, which has created space consumption a problem particularly in central areas.
- ‘Public transport inadequacy. Many public transit systems, or parts of them, are either over or under used. During peak hours. crowdedness creates discomfort for users. Low ridership makes many services financially unsustainable, particularly in suburban areas. In spite of strong subsidies almost every public transit systems cannot generate sufﬁcient income to cover its operating and capital costs.
- Difﬁculties for pedestrians. These difﬁculties are either the outcome of intense trafﬁc, where the mobility of pedestrians and vehicles are impaired, but also because of a blatant lack of consideration for pedestrians in the physical design of facilities.
- Environmental impacts and energy consumption. Pollution. including noise, generated by circulation has become a serious impediment to the quality of life and even the health of urban populations. Further, energy consumption by urban transportation has dramatically increased and so has the dependency on petroleum.
- Accidents and safety. Growing trafﬁc in urban areas is linked with a growing number of accidents and fatalities, especially in developing countries. Accidents account for a signiﬁcant share of recurring delays. As trafﬁc increases, people feel less safe to use the streets.