Afghanistan bus lanes to reduce congestion

Transport bus lanes are the latest idea put forward in Kabul to ease traffic jams. The war against the Taliban and other groups is a priority for the government. But stressed drivers say something has to be done to help them. Rob McBride reports.

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    Transport bus lanes are the latest idea put forward in Kabul to ease traffic jams.

    The war against the Taliban and other groups is a priority for the government.

    But stressed drivers say something has to be done to help them.

    Rob McBride reports from Kabul.


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