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City Public Analysis About Motorcycle Ban

Posted on:2014-12-13Degree:MasterType:Thesis
Country:ChinaCandidate:F DengFull Text:PDF
GTID:2256330422957588Subject:Public administration
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With the rapid economic development of China in the past20years,motorcycles, private cars and other motor vehicles increase rapidly, and thequantity in cities increases. Motorcycle has become an indispensable means oftransport for people to travel. Up to2010, there have been120millionmotorcycles in China. In such a great amount of pressure, The relevantfunctional departments posed grim challenge on how to manage the motorcycleproblem, Therefore, in order to ease the city’s traffic pressure, maintenance thetraffic order, reduce exhaust emissions against environmental pollution, attack“robbery and theft” and promote the image of the city, the local governmentformulate relevant public policy and local regulations and documents. Such asto restrict or prohibit the motorcycle registration, restrict or ban motorcycles inthe specified area or the whole urban road traffic. Due to the implementation of“prohibition of motorcycles” in different places, coupled with the imperfection ofpublic transportation, the citizens’ travel has been caused great inconvenience,which caused the attention of the society, and even caused a public actionstorm.In this paper, based on related theory of public policy, it proves that“prohibition of motorcycles” is the lack of legal basis and the violation of relevantprinciples of public policy by the theoretical analysis and empirical analysis,explains the deviation in “prohibition of motorcycles” policy implementation,analyses the causes of policy implementation deviation and a solution. Thereare four sections in this paper. In the first section, it introduces current situationof “prohibition of motorcycles” in cities of China, such as the time, methods andwhether to achieve the desired objectives. The second section is about theirrationality of “prohibition of motorcycles” from the three basic principles ofpublic policy (principle of information system, fair principle, feasibility principle,)and the legalization of public policy. The third section is the enhance theawareness of traffic safety, the special channel planning and construction ofmotorcycle infrastructure and other related measures by learning the overseasthe management of motorcycles and related measures, to improve themanagement of motorcycle. The last section is proposed the policyrecommendations of urban traffic management, such as development of controlof private car, the establishment of rail and rapid transport as the core, theconventional transport as the main body, motorcycle and bicycle supplementcity traffic blind spots, solve the congestion problem by controlling the amount ofcity traffic on the road.
Keywords/Search Tags:prohibition of motorcycles, theory of public policy, policyimplementation deviation, management measure, policy suggestions
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