By: Brittany Rogers
Urbanization is a work for becoming more like a city. When populations of people grow, the population of a place may spill over from city to nearby areas. Maybe tall apartment buildings spring up on what had been the outskirts of twon bringing more people there to live and work. This is called Urbanization.
Benefits and Opportunities of Urbanization
As a result the population in the towns and cities are increasing and rural population is dwinging. there is a rapid migration of rural people to urban areas for jobs and better living. The rapid in rush of people to the urban areas is pressuring its limited space and cause all type of health and environmental hazards.
Problems with Urbanization
- Some problems with water in urbanization are cities faced the problem of supplying safe drinking water.
- Some problems with housing urbanization could are over crowding and sanitation problems.
- Some examples with sanitation crime are horse poop pilled up in the streets, swewage flowed through open gutters, and factories spewed foul smoke in to the air.
- Some problems with transportation in urbanization are the railroads that were provided didn't meet the demand of expanding populations. The cities struggled to repair old transit systems and to build new ones.
- Some problems with fire in urbanization is water because of the limited supply of it, it was hard for them to put out fires.
It sounds like they had a rough time in the past but I feel like alot of these are still present to this day. But maybe not as bad as they use to be.