• Shashank
    million km of roads. These roads make a vital contribution to the India’s economy. As per the data of National Crime Records Bureau India, in 2010, total number of deaths due to accidents were 3, 84,649 in India. Road injuries are now among the three leading causes of death for those in the 5-44 age...
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     STUDY OF ROAD ACCIDENTS IN INDIA Introduction: Civil Engineering Seminar topic on the "Study of Road Accidents in India”. Road accidents are one of the causes of disability, injury and death. India has the highest road traffic accident rate worldwide with...
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  • Road Safety
                GOVERNMENT OF INDIA  MINISTRY OF ROAD TRANSPORT AND HIGHWAYS  TRANSPORT RESEARCH WING  NEW DELHI    List of Contents 1. 2. Introduction Trends in Road Accidents, Injuries, Fatalities, Motor Vehicles & Road Network Some Trends in Number of Accidents, Injuries and...
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    © Research India Publications http://www.irphouse.com/ijcer.htm Analysis of Road Accidents on National Highway-5: An Indian Scenario N.V. Subba Rao1, K. Durga Rani2 and S. Rama Krishna Rao3 2 Regional Transport Authority, Hyderabad, India Associate Professor, Civil Engineering Dept., Andhra...
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  • Transportation Safety
    highway/transportation professionals in India is that of highway safety. Ministry of Transport figures show that approximately 60,000 people died in road accidents in 1992. India has the dubious distinction of accounting for 6 percent of the world's road deaths while having just 1 percent of the world's...
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  • Health Cost
    Status Report on Road Safety that more people die in road accidents in India than anywhere else in the world, including the more populous China. Calling road fatalities an "epidemic" that will become the world's fifth biggest killer by 2030, the report said while rich nations had been able to lower...
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  • Marketing Management
    ‐ 1 ‐    STATUS PAPER ON ROAD SAFETY IN INDIA 1. NATIONAL STATISTICAL TRENDS IN ROAD ACCIDENT Transport Research Wing (TRW) of the Ministry of Road Transport & Highways (Government of India) collects information on Road Accidents from States in a 19 item format devised under Asia Pacific Road...
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  • Road Traffic Awareness
    Respected Father, teachers, my brothers and sisters, ladies and gentlemen Good morning to you all Today I am going to share some of the factors, traffic policies and people expectations with regards to road traffic accidents Road accidents have earned India a dubious distinction. With over...
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  • Road Accidents in India
    Road accident analysis-a case study of Delhi city India has the highest number of road accidents in the world. India suffers from the highest number of deaths - around 1,05,000 in absolute terms annually-due to road accidents in the world owing to poor infrastructure and dangerous driving habits...
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  • Road Accident Survey
    International Journal of Civil Engineering Research Volume 1, Number 1 (2010), pp. 45–54 © Research India Publications http://www.irphouse.com/ijcer.htm Analysis of Road Accidents on National Highway-5: An Indian Scenario N.V. Subba Rao1, K. Durga Rani2 and S. Rama Krishna Rao3 2 Regional...
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  • Road Accidents
    more than 5 lakh persons in India. These numbers translate into one road accident every minute and one road accident death every four minutes for India. Road traffic injuries and fatalities impose a huge economic burden on developing economies in particular. In India more than half of the road...
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  • Road Mishaps
    . During the year 2010, there were around 5 lakh road accidents, which resulted in deaths of 134,513 people and injured more than 5 lakh persons in India. These numbers translate into 1 road accident every minute, and 1 road accident death every four minutes. Causes of road mishaps 1...
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  • Accidents
    workshops. Furthermore the most often accidents that occur almost every three minutes are road accidents especially in India. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), every hour 40 people under the age of 25 die in road accidents around the globe. India has witnessed one road accident every...
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  • indian transport report
    and practices, improved safety standards in design, construction, operation and maintenance of roads, and production and maintenance of safer vehicles. Owing to unsafe conditions on roads, the rate of accidents in India has been high. According to WHO statistics for 2002, out of about 11.8 lakh...
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  • Tranportation of india
    - Its merits and demerits - Problems of the transport and suggest plans for solving the problem. ROADWAYS The Indian Roadways play a crucial role in connecting the different parts of India. Road network of India is the largest road networks (3.314 million kilometers) in the...
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  • Road Safety
    Road safety is a major issue affecting the road sector. Road accidents remain a serious impediment to sustainable human development in many of the developing member countries (DMCs) of the Asian Development Bank (ADB). Road accidents continue to be an important social and economic problem in...
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  • Road Accidents
    Road accidents have earned India a dubious distinction. With over 130,000 deaths annually, the country has overtaken China and now has the worst road traffic accident rate worldwide.This has been revealed by the World Health Organization (WHO) in its first ever Global Status Report on Road Safety...
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  • Jason Bourne
    the road ('snapshot' Pedestrian Count). Pedestrian accident rate also appears to have a similar relationship to Carriageway Width and Shoulder Width as for All accidents stated in (d) above. h) For the Nepal/India dataset it was found that a reasonable model fit could be made for All accident types...
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  • test
    been enforce to the road user. The result from this behaviour, will causes an accident and maybe the accident will affect the loss of life or fatal to other users. For example on the cases of carelessness of user happen in India, the statistics of fatal in speeding and racing on the road was...
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  • Privatisation of Indian Airlines
    their minds and blocking the train of thoughts between their brain and eyes and hence they loose their sense of road and meet with accidents. Main cause of road accidents is the conditions of road themselves. A lot of holes destroy the beauty of an otherwise beautiful road. Lots of pits and humps and...
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