Safety on Delhi Roads - Inputs on Issues

Dear all:

With this post we would like everyone to list the key issues related to roads and road safety in Delhi.

Once we know the Issues, we will review Root Causes (If needed) and identify Solutions that need to be implemented.

The final whitepaper would be submitted to the Delhi Government leadership team, Department of Transport and Delhi Police and any other stakeholders.

We look forward to your inputs! more  

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Traffic Police must be made available for controlling the traffic on heavy routes specially by stopping the vehicles which are not following the traffic rules. more  
Also repeated offender's license must be cancelled for at least six months more  
Let people follow the lane. Once you break the lane, Challan should be for a minimum of Rs 500/-. For every offence Minimum value of Challan should be Rs 500 and not Rs 100. Any body can pay Rs 100 conveniently and get away. more  
रोड पर ऐसे चले जेसे चितियाँ चलती है एक के पीछे एक, इससे ट्रेफिक जाम भी नहीं होगा और सभी समय पर अपनी अपनी मंजिल पर पाहुच जाए गे, साथ ही दुर्घटनाओ से भी बचा जा सकता है। more  
Road safety can only be achieved with the use of technology. Monitoring thr. CCTVs i.e. Redlight/Zebra Crossing, without helmet driving etc Installation of Speed Monitoring cameras at regular intervals, Public addressing system etc. also can appeal or ask general public to upload pics and videos of traffic violations etc.

Regards | Bharat more  
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