CSIR-CRRI News

Highway to HELL: Research body says Delhi's roads are deathtraps after 1,500 people die in 2016

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source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/indiahome/indianews/article-4395944/Research-...

Faulty designs and inadequate safety measures have turned major arterial roads in the national Capital into virtual deathtraps, a recent study of the Central Road Research Institute (CRRI) found.

Cops to rope in CRRI for fresh study on Delhi's 'killer spots'

Source: http://www.dnaindia.com/delhi/report-cops-to-rope-in-crri-for-fresh-stud...

Department identifies 50 such places in the Capital where three or more fatal accidents or 10 or more non-fatal accidents occur ever year.

Technologies for Commercialisation/वाणिज्यीकरण के लिए प्रौद्योगिकियाँ

In the recent past, CSIR-CRRI has developed few technologies which are of very high value to the Road Fraternity. These Technologies are listed below and are available for Technology Transfer.

Technologies for Commercialisation:-

Road Safety Awareness Campaign - For Road Safety Week-9th to 15th January 2017

The number of deaths and injuries in the road accidents is continuously on the rise in India.   More than half of the persons killed every year in India are economically active age group of 25 to 65 years. Developed countries have successfully reduced road traffic deaths by prioritizing safety. Roa

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