Most people either take buses or cars; many people choose them because of their different aspects of thinking. From a general overview, these aspects are categorized based on their comfort level, expenses, and the effects of the environment. Both two ways of transportation have their pros and cons. These properties need to be examined in detail to be able to evaluate the most appropriate means of transportation. Everybody loves to be comfortable while getting around, people, of course, would like to use his or her own cars rather than take a bus.
I think everybody could agree that taking a car is more comfortable than a bus. People tend to feel more comfortable in their cars rather in a bus because they are free to do anything they want in their own vehicle. They can listen to the radio according to their wish. They do not have to worry about whether they have to sit or stand up. They can make phone calls in their own cars and they don’t have to wait or catch the buses. When we consider this situation from this aspect, private cars are chosen for transportation.
People always have one huge issue that comes along with transportation, and that is expenses. Besides the comfort of a vehicle, when we consider the expenses aspect, we should acknowledge that public transportation should be chosen. Buses hold and transport more passengers in comparison to the private cars. Thanks to their transportation capacity, energy saving and cheap cost of transportation would be possible with buses and public vehicles. Therefore, staff and personnel transport services and student transport services are performed through these vehicles.
I think we all could say taking a bus is a lot more cheaper than filling up you’re car with gas. Lastly, we have their affects on the environment when we use both buses and cars. The public transportation vehicles are more environmentally friendly; they hold many people for seating. If everyone uses his or her own cars, there would be chaos in traffic. There will be a decrease in exhaust fumes in relation to the decrease in the vehicles in traffic, so it would be less dangerous for global warming. Moreover, there will be less pollution originated from exhaust fumes.
The usage of public transportation will decrease the emission of exhaust fumes per capita to the minimum level. As a conclusion, I can say that public transportation, which is less comfortable and less expensive in contrast to private cars, should be chosen with many reasons. Compared with private cars, buses and minibuses’ engines are more powerful because of their structural features. In order not to play a negative-effective role in traffic and be another reason for traffic jam, and save some money, public transportation should be selected in spite of its unfavorable specialties.