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Submitted by Clitus on Fri, 23/10/2020 - 12:34

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The streetlights near my home are fade out and the pavement has been ruined by heavy rain.

Submitted by habibao.medo on Sun, 18/10/2020 - 14:48

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i can see a lot of corner and the main street is in the front of us also there is a park

Submitted by ali raja on Mon, 12/10/2020 - 08:17

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the traffic lights and signpost round about every thing is important who drive the car

Submitted by flavie.A on Thu, 08/10/2020 - 00:19

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I live in a neighborhood of a big city. Not far from my home is a bus stop. We can also see many signposts the corners of some roundabouts,this enables users to easily choose their way. Early in the morning, traffic is very dense due to the fact that many go to work as well as those who go to schools. It is always very difficult to leave from one place to another at rush hours and it's better not to waste time on crossings for some indisciplined drivers don't mind giving way to people on foot. More to that, pavements are not secured enough. My favorite time is at night fall when street lights turn on. All the roads become so bright and it's really very beautiful to admire.

Submitted by Usama Razzaq on Fri, 18/09/2020 - 11:18

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Near my house,there is a road, bus stop and some sign posts. There is also a street light and many corners. But there are no traffic lights, no square, no cross roads, no roundabouts and no crossing. Traffic is always there on main road.

Submitted by Pola on Tue, 08/09/2020 - 19:54

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My home is located far away from main roads but we are near by streets and street lights.