The city of Casablanca has become a real hell for its inhabitants. In question ? The dozens of major construction sites launched at once in the metropolis, creating huge traffic jams that waste hours for motorists wishing to go to work or drop their children off at school.
If the circulation has always been ” stressful “In Casablanca, she became” insupportable ” and ” hellish »Since the start of the school year on October 1, which coincided with the launch of several large-scale projects. Traffic jams that were once concentrated in the city center are now present in all four corners of the city, which has millions of inhabitants.
Even the outskirts have not been spared, according to the testimonies of the inhabitants of Dar Bouazza who spend hours in the morning in traffic jams, before reaching the city. For taximen, it is the ” Calvary“. It has become difficult for them to earn their ” recipe Of the day, as they spend hours stranded in roundabouts and red lights.
” Today we are forced to go out at 6 a.m. or 7 a.m. in the morning to be able to drop our children off at school and join our work. And yet, we arrive late since traffic jams start from 7:30 am. Even our children don’t know why we wake them up so early. It has become unbearable. We can’t take it anymore. City officials must react urgently ”, writes a Casablancaise on the Facebook page “Save Casablanca“, Which is bombarded with complaints from Casablanca residents, supporting photos and videos.
Joined by MoroccoLatestNews, the new mayor of Casablanca, Nabila Rmili, who was also appointed Minister of Health in the government of Aziz Akhannouch, expressed his understanding of what Casablanca residents are experiencing on the roads due to traffic jams, noting that works are being in progress to fix it.
After having ” excused »To the inhabitants of the metropolis for the work in progress which disturbs their daily lives, the new mayor freshly elected indicated that the projects in progress will benefit all the citizens of the metropolis as soon as they are completed.
The manager also revealed that “ the city council held a meeting with the Casablanca Transport Company” , during which ” the need to accelerate the pace of completion of work in progress Was underlined.
Rmili also asked all residents of the city to understand the situation, pending the development of a traffic plan in the economic capital that will be adapted to their aspirations to reduce traffic.
On the other hand, citizens are wondering if the new mayor will be able to assume, and the management of the Ministry of Health, which is experiencing enormous problems in addition to the pandemic, and the management of a large city like Casablanca. Most even invited the manager to resign from one of the two positions, since they believe that managing both requires dedication and exclusive commitment on the part of the manager. They invite him to make a choice.
In short, ” life has become unbearable in Casablanca“, If we are to believe the hundreds of posts on social networks, which have become the only area for complaints in the face of the lack of communication with the competent authorities. A situation that requires special attention and immediate action on the part of city officials to avoid a possible escalation.