Urban planning is quite a difficult task as it needs a lot of skills, techniques, ideas, and designs through comprehensive monitoring. Developing a metropolitan area is not always perfect, and there may be more or fewer defects in many areas. But, according to the recent survey of the world, the following places have been found to make the worst urban planning mistakes ever.
Being situated in Brazil, Brasilia has been shown to have many errors in urban planning. The city was set up in 1950, and the main inspiration was taken from an airplane. After waiting for long years finally, the architecture was built, but it lacked designs. So, it is not suitable for a large number of people to stay. But with the increasing population, the city is filling up with inhabitants, but the city lacks proper infrastructure. Even beauty has lost.
Though this city was designed with soft sand, clay and silt for having an awesome look and beauty, yet the protection and safety issues were not at all bothered. As a result, a sudden named Katrina destroyed the city. The city was filled with floods, and there were no standard measures to control.
This is the capital of Indonesia but not that much well planned regarding a city. The roads and transport routes are very poorly designed as a result of which cars and other vehicles from all over the town mess up in traffic, and the paths become full of hustle. People even blame for facing jam for about 400 hours while traveling.
Again a city of USA but poorly designed and planned when it comes to the streets and layouts. There are a lot of one-way routes which meets at main roads for which accidents take place quite regularly. Safety issues are at high risk in this city.
Again a capital city but worst planned considered to its roads and intersections. The number of rickshaws, buses, bikes, motorcycles, and cows are increasing day by day, but the traffic condition is degrading. Again, most of the routes do not have lights too. Sanitation and water systems are not much developed.
The city is named as “malfunction maljunction” as two grids cover the middle of the town and still now no steps have been taken to get rid of this problem. The streets are slanting, and the connection of the route breaks away from the central city.
Though it is the residence of a large number of people all over the world due to its growing economic condition, yet the planning of this city is not all rich. The skyscrapers and residential estates cover a large acre of land, and the layouts do not connect to the main routes. As a result, the city lacks required public spaces.
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