Secondly, escalating the gasoline price would also increase input costs of wide ranges of enterprises that relies on petroleum either in their production processes or delivery stages; which in turn lead to the rising sale price of products. Products with same quality but higher price together with the pressure of higher transportation cost would affect the consumer to buy fewer products and definitely it would not encourage enterprises to expand their production which eventually might harm the economy and in a worsen circumstance it could lead to an economic crisis. (A little bit off-track in above paragraph, as the main topic is to solve traffic problems and pollution issues, but you are talking about now the economical harm
My plan is to first answer the question of what extent that i agree with and my reasons for it, and then to give out my suggestions of other measures for the problem.
In the first paragraph, i give out my opinion that I agreed with the idea that petrol price increasing could be a solution
for the problem however it not the best one and definitely cannot be used for long period of time, the 2 reasons for it was given after that. The second one for price lifting not to be the good solution is that it will raise input costs in many enterprises and consequently lead to the situation as bad as economic crisis. It've mention cisis problem in my essay just for strengthening the view that higher price can't be the best solution.
(This paragraph does mention the other measures, butit does not prove increasing petrol price is not the best solution. maybe they are all good, but increasing petrol pricing is the best among them; I think you many need to state more about it )
As mentioned above, I am not totally agree with the price increasing solution and the reason was listed in the first paragraph, The second one is use for giving some suggestions only. Maybe my idea wasn't done clearly and convincingly enough then made you a little confuse?? I currently don't know how to improve it :(.
Thank you for your comment.