ROAD ACCIDENTS ANALYSIS REPORT FOR BANGALORE CITY, DTD 31.1.2014.

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DG & IGP of karnataka state released a report of Road Accident analysis for Bangalore City Traffic on 31.01.2014 at Traffic Head Quarters, Infantry road, Bangalore.
It contents a brief descriptions about road accident statistics for Bangalore city traffic:

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ROAD ACCIDENTS ANALYSIS REPORT FOR BANGALORE CITY, DTD 31.1.2014.

  1. 1. Road Accidents in Bangalore - A Report Reducing Road accidents,deaths and injuries is in your hand January 2014 Bangalore City Traffic Police SLS Transport Training Institute and Consultancy Pvt. Ltd
  2. 2. Accidents – Worldwide Scenario Road Accidents in Bangalore Road Traffic Accidents (RTA)  Eighth leading cause of death  1.24 million deaths/year  Leading cause of death for young people aged 15–29 years  20 to 50 million non-fatal injuries  Costs low- and middle-income countries 1–2 % of their GNP (US$ 100 billion/year)  Attributed to rapid rate of motorization  Absence of Concomitant investment in road safety strategies and land use planning * Source: Global Status Report on Road Safety 2013 by WHO
  3. 3. Road Accidents in Bangalore Accidents – Scenario in India From 1970 to 2011, No. of accidents increased 4.4 times 9.8 times increase in fatalities 7.3 times increase in injuries * Top 5 states wrt the no. of accidents occurring, in 2012 State No.of Accidents * Top 3 cities wrt the no. of accidents occurring, in 2012 Vehicles Accidents Death due to Accident 36.75 lakhs 9,663 1,401 Delhi 72 lakhs 5,865 1,527 Bangalore 42 lakhs 5,502 7,40 Uttar Pradesh 21,512 Tamilnadu 15,422 Andhra Pradesh 15,165 Chennai Maharashtra 13,057 Karnataka 8,971 City * Source: National statistics of road traffic accidents in India
  4. 4. Bangalore – India’s 3rd most populous city H.T.V H.G.V 2% 2% A/R 3% Population – 96 lakhs (as per 2011 census) L.M.V 21% Vehicular Population – 48 lakhs Vehicular Composition Others 3% Two Wheelers 69% Accidents – 5230 (in the year 2013) Fatal – 737, Killed - 771 , Non Fatal - 4493 Trend of Fatal Accidents Accident Trend over the Years 12000 9101 8000 800 8426 6875 6000 4805 4000 600 6024 5230 5502 400 200 0 Fatal Killed 2000 0 1000 10505 10000 No. of Fatal Accidents Road Accidents in Bangalore Accidents – Scenario in Bangalore 651
  5. 5.  3 years accident data from 42 TPS Road Accidents in Bangalore were collected  16,000 records were coded and analysed  5,400 manhours for data entry and analysis  Mapping of 16,000 odd records on a map of Bangalore  An exercise of this magnitude has been taken up for the first time in the country Accidents by Collision Type on Sundays and Avg. of Other Days 2013 Collision Avg. of Type Sunday Other Days Nose to Tail 140 178 Sideswipe 18 25 Head on 58 63 Obstacle 13 14 Nose to Side 9 8 Tail to Nose 2 2 Accident Analysis – Process
  6. 6. Road Accidents in Bangalore Accident Analysis – Process
  7. 7. Macro Analysis - 2011 No. of Accidents by Time 2011 1am-3am 1000 10pm-1am 800  Higher on weekends 8pm-10pm 4am-7am 600 400 200 0 8am-10am 5pm-7pm  More on Sundays during night hours Driver Age by Vehicle Type - 2011 and collision type being nose to tail  More on links (stretches of roads)  Higher amongst 19 to 35 age group amongst pedestrians 35-60 750 700 650 600 550 500 450 400 350 300 250 200 150 100 50 0 Car Two wheeler Bus Heavy vehicle Auto >=12 & <19=19 & <35=35 & <60 <=60 > > Driver Age aged No. of Accidents  High 11am-1pm 2pm-4pm No. of Vehicles Road Accidents in Bangalore Accident occurrence is Casualty Injury by Casualty Class - 2011 4000 2000 Fatal 0 Injury Casualty Class
  8. 8. Macro Analysis - 2012 No. of accidents Accident occurrence is Highest during morning peak hours 800 600 400 200 0 Fatal Injury More on links with high fatality rates 800 Node and Link Accidents by the Day of Week 2012 600 during evening and night hours 400 Links 200 Nodes 0 Highest amongst 2-W Higher amongst 35 to 60 age group Casualty Injury by Age - Pedestrians - 2012 No. of Accidents Road Accidents in Bangalore Trends in Severity of Accidents by the Day of Week - 2012 500 400 300 200 100 0 Fatal Injury ≥ 1 & < ≥ 12 & ≥ 19 & ≥ 35 & 12 < 19 < 35 < 60 Casualty Age > 60
  9. 9. Accident occurrence is 30 Distribution of Daily Accidents in Bangalore - 2013 25 20 Highest between 8pm-10pm No. of Days Road Accidents in Bangalore Macro Analysis for the year 2013 15 10 More on links 5 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 More on Saturdays with nose to tail and No. of Accidents per Day Auto, 7 pedestrian collisions occurring more Heavy Vehicle, 13 %age of Vehicles involved in Accidents Car, 34 Bus, 9 Increased ivolvement of cars in injury Two wheeler, 51 accidents 20% of the total casualties are pedestrians Cycle, 1 Proportion of Pedestrian Age Groups in the total Pedestrian Casualty 18% 11% 5% ≥ 1 & < 12 26% 40% ≥ 12 & < 19 ≥ 19 & < 35 ≥ 35 & < 60 > 60
  10. 10. Micro Analysis Road Accidents in Bangalore Accident Blackspots - 2013  Analysis of potential sites of accidents, known as Sl. No 1 2 Blackspots 3  To appreciate the site 4 problems, diagnose accident causes the and suggest counter measures  Ten accident black spots were identified based on 5 6 KR Puram Madivala Electronic City Kamakshi Palya Peenya Kumara Swamy Layout Airport 7 8 9 10 the number of accidents Traffic Police Station Banaswadi No of Fatal Acc No. of People Killed Old Madras Road 39 41 Hosur Road 35 35 Hosur Road 32 43 31 41 22 27 Subramanynapura Main Road 20 20 Outer Ring Road, Near Marathahalli 18 20 Outer Ring Rod 16 19 16 21 14 21 Road Name Nagarabhavi Ring Road Outer Ring Road,Kempegowda Layout Byatraryana Pura Mysore Road Chikkajala BB Road
  11. 11. Road Accidents in Bangalore The Way Forward  Detailed Analysis of the identified blackspots will be undertaken as the next step  Going forward, measures will be suggested to mitigate blackspots in all the TPS limits  The data will now be used to chalk out the road safety action plan for Bangalore  The objective of the plan would be to reduce the RTAs and the deaths due to it by 20% in the next year
  12. 12. Road Accidents in Bangalore “Let’s make Bangalore one of the safest cities in India!”

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