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NEW DELHI: Serious about bringing down its pedestrian death rate, New York City is improving 60 miles of road length every year.
The 23rd year of road safety week was celebrated earlier this month throughout the country.
Reports by different global organisations predict that as the world gets richer, private car use will zoom ahead, especially among citizens of China and India
The Delhi Police hope to get more teeth to their effort to curb the menace of drunk driving, thanks to Supreme Court’s landmark judgement on Thursday.
Traffic Police are changing gears in the Capital and women will drive the change.
Published: January 4, 2012 11:12 IST | Updated: January 4, 2012 11:12 IST NEW DELHI, January 4, 2012
Subhendu Ray, Hindustan Times
New Delhi, January 03, 2012
New Delhi, Jan 3 (IANS) Despite slow development of infrastructure and archaic laws, the Delhi Traffic Police Tuesday said it had managed to make the roads o
If the law enforcing agencies have their way, exemption to women and Sikhs from wearing helmet while riding a two-wheeler in Delhi may soon be a matter of past. The Delhi Traffic Police and the Transport Department have recommended to the Delhi Government to make wearing helmet compulsory for riders and pillion riders irrespective of gender and community.
While similar attempts in this regard have failed in the past, the Traffic Police is now seeking from the Central Government to scrap the power from the State Governments to exempt a particular gender or class from wearing helmets. The recommendations have been made keeping in view the large number of fatalities involving two-wheelers in the Capital.