Traffic: “Impending Cost of Traffic and the Road to Revitalization”

Traffic:  “Impending Cost of Traffic and the Road to Revitalization”
The cost of congestion in Lebanon is around 4-8% of GDP. The country ranks 124th out of 138 in the quality of roads index as per a World Economic Forum annual study. Total government spending in transport from 1992 until 2016 is around 2.474 billion dollars $120 million in 2016 and $1.2 billion for the years 2017-2018, and yet the problem seems to be increasing. LIMS is currently working on a policy proposition that would reduce pollution, eliminates delays, and ensures the free flow of traffic at no cost to the public.