To whom it may concern:
There are too many motor vehicles in the city,
and the number of motor vehicles is gradually increasing.
Traffic jams and vehicle exhaust is intensifying.
Here are my suggestions to solve some of these problems.
First of all, the government should encourage public transportation
to promote green travel. I think the city should provide bicycles
for public use, which can encourage people to use fewer vehicles.
Secondly, the government can set up a lot of bike stops in Vancouver,
so it is easy for people to take or return a bike.
These bike shops can be located near bus stations.
These bikes have the same colour and eye-catching appearance.
Thirdly, when you use a bike for less than two hours, it should be free.
After two hours, you will need to pay a small fee.
These fees pay the day-to-day maintenance of the bikes
and other expenses. I think people will like the cost
of this convenient and environmentally friendly public transport.
-by Susan Song