TAILIEUCHUNG - IELTS to sccess part 4

Tham khảo tài liệu 'ielts to sccess part 4', ngoại ngữ, toefl - ielts - toeic phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả | Section G Cycle rickshaws are not as efficient as bicycles for personal transport but should be encouraged as a complementary mode to motorised goods transport and as a passenger transit mode particularly in countries where low wages and surplus labour are substantial features of the economy. Where they are in use they should be accepted as a useful part of the transportation system rather than as a nuisance or a barrier to transport system modernisation. Even in high-income motor-vehicle dependent cities there are opportunities for appropriate use of cycle rickshaws for short-distance movement of persons and goods and as the basis for small businesses providing goods and services at dispersed locations. They find greatest utility where slow modes of transport are allocated road space separate from motorised traffic in neighbourhoods where the majority of people go from one place to another on foot or in central areas with slow traffic speeds in large factories and shopping districts and areas where private automobiles are restricted. Questions 29-32 In Reading Passage 3 the author mentions several ways in which bicycle use in cities is encouraged. From the list below identify FOUR such ways. Write the appropriate letters A-G in boxes 29-32 on your answer sheet. A establishing routes especially for bicycles B removing buses from streets C restricting parts of road from motorised traffic D educating public about environmental effects of motor vehicle use E encouraging public transport users to bicycle to train stations F reducing bicycle manufacturing costs G making motor vehicle use more expensive Questions 33-37 Complete the notes below. Use NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS from the passage for each answer. Write your answers in boxes 33-37 on your answer sheet. CYCLE RICKSHAWS best in economies with . 33 . . 34 . best for transporting people and goods short distances helping . 35 . make widely separated deliveries best where motorised and non-motorised traffic are separate