Traffic congestion falls by 60 per cent Sydney
Traffic congestion falls by 60 per cent in Sydney due to coronavirus.
In response of coronavirus outbreak, the government has announced the ban on night clubs, casino, pubs, churches, amusement parks, libraries, museums, schools and other non-essential and mass gathering places. The prohibitions and restrictions to prevent coronavirus spread have been reflected on the roads. The silence has called across all the main roads of Sydney, which caused a decline in traffic congestion of the city at the peak hours.
Many of the businesses of Sydney has moved to remote places to avoid mass gathering and maintain social distancing. A GPS technology provider showcased the traffic jam on the road comparing it with previous results. Due to COVID-19 pandemic, the way of living and working of people has changed. A senior lecturer in the University of Sydney, Geoffrey Clifton has predicted that it will fall further as the crisis is becoming serious day by day.