1. What measures should be taken to deal with damage on public facilities?
I believe security cameras are one of the first steps to take. This will ensure the perpetrator is caught on video. Thus, allowing the city to make an arrest for the crime. Paying a security guard to patrol an area would also lend a helping hand. Damage should always be repaired though, to help prevent further destruction.
2. What are the differences between old facilities and new facilities?
Old facilities can really be burdensome. However, they tend to have an appealing and unique style. Often, they are not hygienic and don’t hold up to modem standards. New facilities tend to be quickly made, but usually follow a basic guideline. This ensures that it meets the public’s needs despite its cookie-cutter style.
3. What facilities do young people and old people like in your country?
I feel that young and old people can agree that transportation facilities are very important for the country. Public restrooms, bicycle sharing areas and parks are also efficient. I think, one of the most important facilities is the library though. Both young and old enjoy a good book, in most cases.
4. Whafs the difference between facilities in the countryside and the ones in the cities?
Facilities in the city tend to be larger, appear more frequently and feature modern designs. Whereas, many facilities in the countryside are rather old. Sometimes, these facilities don’t meet the needs of the people. This can be frustrating, especially when you need to do research at a library and things aren’t up to par.