Understanding Amman’s Yellow Taxi Dilemma A DIFFERENT TAKE ON THE GOVERNMENT’S ONGOING BATTLE WITH RIDE-HAILING APPS

Contributed By: Hamzah Nassif, cialis iMena Group Probably the most misunderstood segment of workers in Jordan, order the taxi drivers went on a protest today to voice their objections to the status quo of their sector. Several regulatory bodies that are collectively in charge of “regulating” the transport sector are still scrambling to catch up […]

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Amman’s Infrastructure: 5 Things Worth Fixing Before Blaming It On Climate Change Civil Engineer, Anwar Majali, looks at how GAM can better utilize the current system.

Over the past week, many people have speculated that the recent rain floods in Amman were the result of the unusually heavy rainfall. Others have hypothesized that it is in fact the drastic increase in the citys population. Meanwhile, the Greater Amman Municipality (GAM), and a few other authorities, depended on similar arguments, attributing the […]

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Solving Amman’s Traffic Bottlenecks Why Traffic Management Solutions Might Not Be Enough To Save The City

Words By: Sandra Hiari The summer season is a perfect time for understanding how Amman functions as a city. The temporary crowds coming into town increases the population density in the Capital, so much so that travel times skyrocket, and parking becomes even more scarce. These daily nuisances continue to pile up until the last […]

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