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  • Releasing Shortly Online World-Wide PREVIEW YOUR METHOD OF DRIVE IS A SECRET OF YOUR LIFE
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  • C.L.N.Gandhi, Addl Transport Commissioner, Government of Andhra Pradesh.
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    • Courtesy: GHANSHAM OJHA , F&P IYSO Team INDIA . Feedback on: [email_address]
    1 2 3 Launching Shortly e-Book Online World-Wide ROAD: RESPONSIBILITY OF ALL DIRVERS “FOLLOW THE TRAFFIC RULES & SIGNS” * R : ROOT, * R : REMINDER, * R : RESPONSIBILITY, * O : OF, * O : ON, * O : OF, * A : ATTENDING, * A : ACCIDENTAL, * A : ALL, * D : DESTINATION. * D : DEATHS. * D : DRIVERS. “ 3” Operation-ROAD
  • ROAD AWARENESS TIPS
    • We should be sincere on the ROAD’s!
    • We should respect the other ROAD users!
    • We should create awareness among our citizens on ROAD safety measures!
    • We should make aware our children's to learn ROAD safety education!
    • We should be careful where we find the hazard TRAFFIC!
    • We should be careful when we cross the other side of ROAD!
    • We should respect the concerned officers, who are standing for our safe journey!
    • We should alert TRAFFIC violators not to repeat there mistakes!
    What we have to do on the ROAD!
    • We should help the needy at the time of ROAD accidents for His/Her immediate first aid!
    • We should give immediate clearance to the AMBULANCE service!
    • We should stand to operate the Huge-Traffic when the concerned officers seek our concerned!
    • We should use the foot paths for safe walk on the ROAD!
    • We should not forget to follow the lane marking, which can help us to avoid ROAD Accidents & Accidental deaths!
    • We should help the handicapped people to cross the ROAD’s!
    • We should not break the Traffic Rules & Signs!
    What we have to do on the ROAD!
    • We should not spit on the ROAD’s!
    • We should not make fun on the ROAD’s, which creates the inconvenience to the other ROAD users!
    • We should not park our vehicle in the middle of the ROAD!
    • We should not encourage overtaking the other ROAD users!
    • We should not use sound polluted horn’s on the ROAD!
    • We should not play on the ROAD’s!
    • We should not break the Traffic Rules & Signs!
    What we should not do on the ROAD!
    • We should follow the Traffic rules & signs!
    • We should not jump the Traffic signals at junctions!
    • We should be sincere on the ROAD!
    • We should follow the line marking on the ROAD’s!
    • We should wear HELMET to avoid head injuries!
    • We should wear seat belt while we drive the 4-Wheeler!
    • We should be careful while we overtake the opposite motor vehicle!
    • We should not drive High-Speed!
    • We should not consume alcohol, when we drive!
    What type of precautions should we take on ROAD’s!
    • We should not talk on mobile phone, when we drive!
    • We should use the hand indication or electronic indication when we take turn the vehicle!
    • We should be careful when we cross the ROAD!
    • We should alert EMERGENCY services at the time of emergencies!
    • We should alarm when call for!
    • We should take proper training from the concerned officers on ROAD SAFETY MEASURES!
    • We should not Drive/Ride the vehicle without “Valid Driving License” issued by the concerned authorities!
    • We should ask immediately to the concerned officers, if we have doubts on ROAD SAFETY MEASURES!
    What type of precautions should we take on ROAD’s!
    • We can be a good citizen of INDIA by following Traffic Rules & Signs!
    • We can be a role model to the next generation!
    • We can able to help the people who are less educated on ROAD safety measures!
    • We can make aware people on ROAD safety Rules & Signs!
    • We can secure our life from ROAD accidents & accidental deaths !
    • We can be a part of safe & secure society, which everyone needs and have the feelings!
    What are the advantages if we've follow ROAD safety rules!
    • We can also educate our kids on Huge Motor Vehicle Population Control!
    • We can STOP Traffic violators!
    • We can helpful to needy human being when call for at the time of ROAD accidents!
    • We can avoid ROAD accidents!
    • We can be in our speed limits!
    • We can plan our destination earlier, where we wish to reach safely!
    • We can helpful to the concerned authorities to extend our helping hand for ROAD awareness programs!
    What are the advantages if we've follow ROAD safety rules!
    • We should learn Traffic Rules & Signs to live courageously!
    • We should learn Road safety rules, because due too the increase of MOTOR vehicle population in this current world!
    • We should learn to follow the Road Safety Rules & Signs!
    • We should learn ROAD safety education how to behavior on ROAD’S!
    • We should learn ROAD safety education to know our limits !
    • We should learn ROAD safety , how to escape from ROAD Accidents & Accidental deaths and reduce such evils !
    • We should learn ROAD safety measures to know our driving skills !
    • We should learn ROAD safety education to aware people on such evils!
    • We should learn ROAD safety measures to create awareness among our fellow beings and ask them to follow the Traffic Rules & Signs.
    Why should we learn ROAD safety rules!
    • ROAD is a path were a human being itself choose to step forward safely to reach his/her destination without harm. Because some where, someone is waiting for He/She. But at the sometimes in this heavy Traffic-World ROAD’s are became hazard to the same human being to processed for which they have chosen to their destination.
    • After careful consideration in the matter of ROAD SAFETY MEASURES, we the members of IYSO Team INDIA decided to launch a new-era in this regard and started our noble mission “Operation-ROAD” in large interest of public and started our survey on ROAD designing and the spots where the Accidents were took place regularly and we focused on such Accident spots on National & State Highway’s of INDIA. Were as we found that certain types of sites are definite accident locations and it was overlooked by the concerned authorities and not yet focused on such locations to amended, where they has to give greater attention in the matter. But overlooked!
    • If the general travelling public know the accident spots they can negotiate with such location with caution and avoid accidents. A few such accident locations are described in this noble project.
    • Serious accidents occurring on road is a matter of great concern for all of us. Not a day passes when we do not hear the sad news report of at least 2 or 3 serious road accidents in our society as per Electronic & News Paper media.
    • Almost everyone has been affected by such accidents at one time or the other, either it’s a minor or major., because a relative or friend is somehow connected to such evil. The number of deaths per annum is more than 10000 motor vehicle across the country and it was tallied about 10 to 15 times more than that in other countries.
    • The types of motor vehicle is also increasing day by day in our Nation & World-Wide. Though it is a sign of improving economy of our country. It is a bitter truth that is also adds the graph of ROAD accidents on roads and it is a great loss to the precious human life in this heavy traffic world. Unless there is an widespread awareness among our citizens, it is difficult control the road accidents and accidental deaths.
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  • Road Accident Photos
  • Road Accident Photos
  • Road Accident Photos
  • Road Accident Photos
  • Road Accident Photos
  • Road Accident Photos
  • FUTURE Road Users Situation Photo!
    • Major cause of ROAD Accidents & Accidental is ROAD designing!
    • ROAD widening is indeed required in our NATION!
    • ROAD designing is a major problem in INDIA and the concerned architects are in research to minimize the ROAD graph and widen the ROAD width!
    • Our INDIAN R&B authorities inability to provide enough funds to widen the roads or to construct new roads in proportion to rise in vehicle population also results in perpetuating this affairs.
    • With the rapid increase of the MOTOR vehicle population it is indeed required to widen the Highway’s, as well as in urban & rural areas of our country!
    • NATIONAL corridor Kashmir to Kanya-Kumari is an excellent idea by our Hon’ble.Shri.Atal Behari Vachpayji, The Former Prime Minister of INDIA and the attempt by INDIAN government to reduce the ROAD accidents with such noble project is highly appreciable!
    • Broadly ROAD accidents occur due to the following reasons:
    • 1) Defects in vehicle! Example:
    • a) Breakage of tie-rod of a running vehicle tyre bursting,
    • b) Wheel coming loose or failure of brakes.
    • c) Due to such occurrence the driver loses control on the vehicle and an accident
    • results.
    • 2) Error of driver! Example:
    • a) Improper overtaking at a wrong place,
    • b) Turning abruptly or stopping without prior signaling, which can cause collision with
    • the vehicle following;
    • c) Riving fast through villages exceeding the speed limit;
    • d) Falling asleep at the wheel, overturning due to going round a curve at excessive speed, driving while intoxicated etc.,
  • 3) Environment around the road! Example: * Error of drivers of other vehicles like bullock carts, cycles, rickshaw, jay walking, pedestrians, school children being run over, cattle or dogs etc. running onto roads . 4) Defects in roads: * A study of accidents registered with the concerned authorities shows that the number of accidents due to this reason is around 25% of total accidents. Even allowing for some errors in analysis of reasons for accidents, the figure will not exceed more than 40%.
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  • Negligence on ROAD!
  • DRUNK & DRIVE on ROAD!
  • Overlooking on ROAD!
  • Improper Driving Training!
  • HIGHSPEED ON ROAD!
  • NON-STOP DRIVING ON ROAD!
  • INDIA NORTH-SOUTH CORRIDOR SURVEY REPORT
    • NHAI
    • National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) was created under an act of Parliament in 1988.
    • Became operational in February, 1995
    • Responsible for development, maintenance & operation of the National Highways, entrusted by Govt. of India.
    • Outsourcing model adopted for Project Preparation, Supervision & Construction.
  • INDIAN GOVERNMENT MISSION
    • “ To meet the nation’s need for the provision and maintenance of National Highways network to global standards and to meet user’s expectations in the most cost and time effective manner within the strategic policy framework set by the Government of India and thus promote economic well being and quality of life of the people.”
  • Cheque of Rs. 504 crores, largest ever “negative grant” for any highway project, being presented to Hon’ble.Shri.Dr. Manmohan Singhji Kholi, The Prime Minister Republic of INDIA. From left to right Sh. V.D. Mhaiskar, CMD, IDAA Ltd., Sh. Pradeep Kumar Chairman, National Highways Authority of India, Sh. Vijay Singh, Secretary, Department of Road Transport and Highways, Thiru T. R. Baalu, Union Minister of Shipping, Road Transport and Highways and Sh. K. H. Muniyappa, Minister of State in the Ministry of Shipping, Road Transport and Highways.
  • Thiru T. R. Baalu, Union Minister of Shipping, Road Transport and Highways presenting to Hon’ble.Shri.Dr. Manmohan Singhji Kholi, The Prime Minister Republic of INDIA, a cheque of Rs. 471 crores received from M/s. L&T Vadodara Bharuch Tollway Ltd as negative grant towards six-laning of Vadodara--Bharuch Section on NH-8. Also seen, from left to right, Sh. Pradeep Kumar, Chairman, National Highways Authority of India and Sh. Vijay Singh, Secretary, Department of Road Transport and Highways
  • NATIONAL HIGHWAYS DEVELOPMENT PROJECT
  • Sh. Pradeep Kumar (second from left), Chairman, National Highways Authority of India receiving a cheque of Rs. 55.11 crores from GMR Group representatives Sh. G. Subba Rao and Sh. B.V. Suresh Babu, as negative grant towards 4-laning of Tindivanam-Ulunderpet section of NH-45 in Tamil Nadu. Also seen (from left to right), senior NHAI officials Dr. S.N. Dash, Member (Finance), Sh. A.V. Sinha, Member (Technical), Sh. Nirmal Jit Singh, Member (Technical) and Sh. Ashok Wasson, Chief General Manager.
  • French delegation from the Ministry of Transport, Infrastructure, Tourism & The Sea recently visited NHAI. From left to right, Sh. Pradeep Kumar, Chairman, National Highways Authority of India, Sh. A. V. Sinha, Member (Technical), NHAI, Mr. Hubert Peigne, President of Indo-French Working Group on Roads and Mr. Dominique Burgunder, Director, International Directorate General of Roads.
  • Sh. Pradeep Kumar, Chairman and Mr. James McClung, Sr. Vice President, Louis Berger Group Inc USA exchanging Agreement document on Consultancy services for bridge on Chambal river in Rajasthan. Also seen (on left) Sh. A. K. Mishra, GM (EW-V) and Sh. B. N. Singh, CGM (EW).
  • NHDP PHASE - I
    • GOLDEN QUADRILATERAL :
    • Connecting Four Metros “Delhi-Kolkata-Chennai-Mumbai-Delhi” circuit of 5,846 km length.
        • Delhi-Mumbai : 1,419 km
        • Mumbai-Chennai : 1,290 km
        • Kolkata-Chennai : 1,684 km
        • Delhi-Kolkata : 1,453 km
  • NHDP PHASE - II
    • NORTH-SOUTH & EAST-WEST CORRIDORS :
    • North-South Corridor :
    • Connecting Kashmir with Kanyakumari (including Kochi-Salem link) with a total length of 4,076 km
    • East West Corridor :
    • Connecting Silchar with Porbandar with a total length of 3,640 km
    • PORT CONNECTIVITY & OTHER PROJECTS:
    • Port Connectivity :
    • Connecting 10 major ports viz. Kandla, Jawaharlal Nehru Port, Mormugao, New Mangalore, Kochi, Tuticorin, Chennai, Visakhapatnam, Paradip and Haldia covering 380 km.
    • Other Projects :
    • Development of 962 kms. of other roads.
  • NHDP PHASE – III
    • Development of 12,109 km of National Highways on BOT basis.
    • The stretches have been identified on the basis of High Density Corridors, Connectivity to State Capitals with NHDP and Connectivity to important centers of tourism & economic activity.
      • Improving condition of the remaining NHs of length of 20,000 km for strengthening / widening to 2-lane with paved shoulders.
      • Estimated Cost : Rs. 27,800 crores
      • (at 01.01.2006 prices)
    NHDP PHASE – IV
  • NHDP PHASE – V
    • Widening of 6,500 km of National Highways to 6-lanes.
    • It Constitutes about 5,700 km of GQ and other NHs of 800 km of length with high density of traffic which are otherwise important for touristic or economic reasons.
    • Estimated Cost : Rs. 41,210 crores (at 01.01.2006 prices)
    • Construction of Expressways of about 1,000 km of length connecting important commercial and industrial townships.
      • Out of above, 400 km of Vadodara-Mumbai Section identified for construction of an Expressway as the extension of Ahmedabad-Vadodara Expressway.
      • Estimated Cost : Rs. 16,680 crores (at 01.01.2006 prices)
    NHDP PHASE – VI
  • NHDP PHASE – VII
    • Ring Roads in several important cities for proper regulation and movement of traffic.
    • Additional fly-overs and bypasses for facilitating smooth traffic movement.
    • Estimated Cost : Rs. 16,680 crores
    • (at 01.01.2006 prices)
  • NATIONAL HIGHWAY NETWORK IN ANDHRA PRADESH
    • Total Length of National Highways : 4648 Km.
    • No. of National Highways : 15
    • Length of National Highways with State R&B (NH Wing) : 2791 Km.
    • Length of National Highways with NHAI under NHDP : 1827 Km.
    • Length 4-laned under NHDP-I & II : 1174 Km.
    • Length 4-lane in progress under NHDP-II : 613 Km.
    • Length to be awarded under NHDP-II : 59 Km.
  • NATIONAL HIGHWAYS IN ANDHRA PRADESH
    • There are 15 National Highways in Andhra Pradesh with a total length of about 4650 Kms.
    Sl. No. NH No. Length (in Km.) 1 4 84 2 5 1024 3 7 773 4 9 458 5 16 235 6 18 362 7 43 90 8 63 56 9 202 306 10 205 348 11 214 242 12 219 137 13 214 A 255 14 221 237 15 222 58
  • NATIONAL HIGHWAYS WITH STATE NH WING IN ANDHRA PRADESH
    • There are 13 National Highways with State NH Wing in Andhra Pradesh with a total length of about 2868 Kms.
    Sl. No. NH No. Length (in Km.) 1 4 84 2 9 458 3 16 235 4 18 362 5 43 90 6 63 56 7 202 306 8 205 348 9 214 242 10 219 137 11 214 A 255 12 221 237 13 222 58
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  • NHAI PROJECTS IN ANDHRA PRADESH
  • DETAILS OF 4-LANED STRECHES UNDER NHDP PHASE-I IN ANDHRA PRADESH The National Highway No.5 from Tada (Chennai/AP Border) to Ichapuram (AP/Orissa Border) for a length of 1024 Km. was 4-laned, which forms part of Chennai-Kolkata Section of GQ under NHDP Phase-I. S. No. Name of work Length (Km.) 1 Ichapuram – Srikakulam – Champawati 183.80 2 Champawati – Visakhapatnam – Tuni 145.80 3 Tuni – Rajahmundry – Gundugolanu 222.50 4 Gundugolanu – Vijayawada 77.95 5 Vijayawada – Chilakaluripet 82.50 6 Chilakaluripet – Tada (AP/TN Border) 311.45 Total 1024.00
  • STATUS OF 4-LANING WORKS TAKEN UP UNDER NHDP-II IN ANDHRA PRADESH
    • Under North-South Corridor, the stretches from km 175 to km 474 of Nagpur-Hyderabad Section and from km 9/4 to km 463/6 of Hyderabad-Bangalore Section of NH-7 is being four laned.
    • TOTAL LENGTH – 773.00 km
    • Length already 4-laned - 150.00 km
    • Works in progress - 564.00 km
    • To be Awarded - 59.00 km
  • WORKS TO BE TAKEN UP UNDER NHDP PHASE-III IN ANDHRA PRADESH
      • Hyderabad – Nandigama : 181.50 Km
      • Vijayawada – Machilipatnam : 64.00 Km
      • Hyderabad – Yadagiri : 30.00 Km
      • Cuddapah – Mydukur – Kurnool : 192.00 Km
      • Tirupati – Chennai (AP/TN Border) : 55.00 Km
  • STATUS OF WORKS TAKEN UP UNDER NHDP PHASE-V IN ANDHRA PRADESH
    • It is proposed to 6-lane the existing 4-lane road from Tada (Chennai / AP Border) to Ichapuram (AP / Orissa Border) for a length of 1024 Kms, which forms part of Kolkata -Chennai Section of Golden Quadrilateral.
    • Agreement concluded for
    • Vijayawada – Chilakaluripet Section : 82.50 Kms.
    • Bids to be Invited : 941.50 Kms.
  • NORTH-SOUTH CORRIDOR IN A.P.
  • NHDP PHASE – II : ( North – South Corridor )
    • Under North-South Corridor, the stretches from km 175 to km 474 of Nagpur-Hyderabad Section and from km 9/4 to km 463/6 of Hyderabad-Bangalore Section of NH-7 is being four laned.
    • TOTAL LENGTH – 773.00 km
    • Length already 4-laned - 150.00 km
    • Works in progress - 564.00 km
    • Bids reinvited - 59.00 km
  • STATUS OF NORTH – SOUTH CORRIDOR PROJECTS IN ANDHRA PRADESH
    • NAGPUR – HYDERABAD SECTION OF NH-7:
    Sl. No Name of the Package Length (in Km) Status 1 AP-6 Package AP/MH Border to Islamnagar Km 175.000 to Km 230.000 55 Work awarded to M/s. Adilabad Expressway Pvt. Ltd. under BOT (Annuity). So far 41.92% work completed against 55.05% targetted. 2 AP-7 Package Islamnagar to Kadthal Km 230.000 to Km 278.000 48 Work awarded to M/s. Patel KNR Heavy Infrastructures Pvt. Ltd. under BOT (Annuity). So far 36.00% work completed against 50.09% targetted. 3 AP-8 Package Kadthal to Armur Km 278.000 to Km 308.000 30 Work awarded to M/s. Nirmal BOT Ltd. under BOT (Annuity). So far 61.77% work completed against 58.07% targetted..
  • Sl. No. Name of the Package Length (in Km) Status 4 NS2/BOT/AP-1 Armur to Adloor Yellareddy Km 308.000 to Km 367.000 59 Bids under finalization. Likely to be Awarded in April, 2009 5 NS2/BOT/AP-2 Adloor Yellareddy to Kallakal Km 367.000 to Km 447.000 80 Work awarded to M/s. GMR Pochanpalli Expressways Ltd. under BOT (Annuity) Scheme and the civil work is in progress. So far 92.53% work completed against 97.39% targetted. 6 NS-8 Package Kallakal to Gundlapochampalli Km 447.000 to Km 464.000 17 Work Completed.
  • Sl. No. Name of the Package Length (in Km) Status 7 NS-23 (AP) Package Gundlapochampalli to Bowenpalli Km 464.000 to Km 474.000 10 Balance work awarded to M/s. M.B. Patil Construction Ltd., under NHAI Funding and the work is in progress. So far 78.00% work completed against 100.00% targetted. Contractor has requested NHAI for further extension of time upto 31.03.2009 for completing the balance works. 8 Km 474 to Km 485 of Nagpur-Hyderabad of NH-7 11 This is Hyderabad city limits. Already four laned long back.
    • HYDERABAD – BANGALORE SECTION OF NH-7:
    Sl. No. Name of the Package Length (in Km) Status 1 NS-23 (AP) Package Shivarampalli to Thondupalli Km 9.400 to Km 22.300 12.90 Balance work awarded to M/s. M.B. Patil Construction Ltd., under NHAI Funding and the work is in progress. So far 78.00% work completed against 100.00% targeted. Contractor has requested NHAI for further extension of time up to 31.03.2009 for completing the balance works. 2 NS-9 Package Thondupalli to Faruq Nagar Km 22.300 to Km 34.140 11.84 Work Completed. 3 NS2/BOT/AP-3 Faruq Nagar to Jadcherla Km 34.140 to Km 80.050 45.91 Work awarded to M/s. GMR Jadcherla Expressway Ltd., under BOT. Work Completed
  • Sl. No. Name of the Package Length (in Km) Status 4 NS2/BOT/AP-4 Jadcherla to End of proposed Kothakota Bypass - Km 80.050 to Km 135.469 55.419 Work awarded to M/s. L&T Western Andhra Tollways Pvt. Ltd., under BOT. Work Completed 5 NS2/BOT/AP-5 End of proposed Kothakota Bypass to Kurnool - Km 135.469 to Km 211.00 75.531 Work awarded to M/s. Andhra Pradesh Expressway Ltd., under BOT (Annuity) Scheme and the civil work is in progress. So far 83.00% work completed against 96.00% targeted.
  • Sl. No Name of the Package Length (in Km) Status 6 ADB-II/C-10 Kalluru to Amakthadu Km 211 to Km 251 40 Work awarded to M/s. CGGC-Soma under Loan Assistance of ADB and the civil works are in progress. So far 29.992% & 34.88% works completed against 54.53% & 57.53% respectively. 7 ADB-II/C-11 Amakthadu to Pottondoddi Km 251 to Km 293.40 42.40 8 ADB-II/C-12 Pottondoddi to Garladinne Km 293.40 to Km 336 42.60 Work awarded to M/s. CEC/Taiwan under Loan Assistance of ADB and the civil works are in progress. So far 30.46% & 24.38% works completed against 68.89% & 77.12% respectively. 9 ADB-II/C-13 Garladinne to Marur Km 336 to Km 376 40
  • Sl. No. Name of the Package Length (in Km) Status 10 ADB-II/C-14 Marur to Penukonda Km 376 to Km 418 42 Work awarded to M/s. CGGC-Soma under Loan Assistance of ADB and the civil works are under progress. So far 37.58% & 41.64% works completed against 66.64% & 65.94% respectively. 11 ADB-II/C-15 Penukonda to AP/Karnataka Km 418 to Km 463.6 45.6
  • SALIENT FEATURES OF KOTHUR-KURNOOL 4-LANE PROJECT IN ANDHRA PRADESH
    • No. of Packages : 3
    • (i) NS2/BOT/AP-3
    • (ii) NS2/BOT/AP-4
    • (iii) NS2/BOT/AP-5
  • SALIENT FEATURES OF NS2/BOT/AP-3 4-LANE PROJECT IN ANDHRA PRADESH
    • NS2/BOT/AP-3 (Kothur to Jadcherla)
    • Length : 46.160 Km
    • Project Cost : Rs.300 Cr.
    • Concessionaire : M/s. GMR Jadcherla Expressways Pvt. Ltd.
    • Contractor : M/s. SEW Constructions Limited
    • Independent Consultant : M/s. egis BCEOM International
    • Construction Period : 30 Months
    • Date of Commencement : 19.08.2006
    • Scheduled Date of Completion : 18.02.2009
    • Actual Completion Date : 11.02.2009
    • No. of ROBs : 1 (in Shadnagar Bypass)
    • No. of Major Bridges : 2 (Balnagar & Rajapur)
    • No. of Minor Bridges : 11
    • No. of Bypasses : One (Shadnagar), 17.42 Km. long
    • No. of Shelters / Bus Bays : 36
    • No. of Underpasses : 6
    • Truck Parking & Wayside Amenities : One at Km 54, Raikal Village
    • Land Acquisition : 195 Ha. in 17 Villages
    • Highway Traffic Mgmt. System : Emergency Call Boxes ( 56 ), Ambulances, Cranes, Patrol Vehicles, Variable Message System, Automatic Traffic Counter cum Classifier, etc
  • 4-LANE HIGHWAY (KOTHUR – JADCHERLA)
  • SHADNAGAR, HYDERABAD BYPASS
  • SHADNAGAR, HYDERABAD BYPASS WITH CART TRACK
  • ROB IN SHADNAGAR BYPASS
  • ROB IN SHADNAGAR BYPASS
  • ROB IN SHADNAGAR BYPASS
  • ROB IN SHADNAGAR BYPASS
  • ROB IN SHADNAGAR BYPASS
  • MAJOR BRIDGE - BALANAGAR
  • MAJOR BRIDGE - RAJAPUR
  • MAJOR BRIDGE - RAJAPUR
  • PASSENGER SHELTER
  • HIGHWAY LIGHTING IN RAJAPUR VILLAGE
  • PEDESTRIAN CUM CATTLE UNDERPASS
  • VEHICULAR UNDERPASS
  • TRUCK PARKING & WAY SIDE AMENITY
  • TRUCK PARKING & WAY SIDE AMENITY
  • HTMS - EMERGENCY CALL BOX
  • VARIABLE MESSAGE SIGNS
  • TOLL PLAZA AT KM. 54
  • 4-LANE HIGHWAY (JADCHERLA-KOTHAKOTA)
  • JADCHERLA FLYOVER
  • JADCHERLA FLYOVER
  • JADCHERLA FLY OVER
  • KURNOOL SIDE APPROACH OF JADCHERLA FLY OVER
  • ROB AT KM. 86.939
  • BOOTHPUR FLYOVER
  • RING-ROAD
  • PASSENGER SHELTER
  • TOLL PLAZA
  • TOLL PLAZA ADMINISTRATIVE BUILDING
  • TUNNEL IN TOLL PLAZA
  • TOLL BOOTH
  • BRIDGE UNDER CONSTRUCTION ACROSS RIVER KRISHNA (1 KM LONG)
  • HUNDRI BRIDGE IN PROGRESS
  • TUNGABHADRA BRIDGE IN PROGRESS
  • ROB UNDER CONSTRUCTION
  • BC WORK IN PROGRESS – PEBBAIR BYPASS
  • PASSENGER SHELTER UNDER CONSTRUCTION
  • Road Safety Action Plan
    • Road Accident’s
    • Prevention
  • Road Accident Statistics
    • More than 1.2 million
    • people are killed
    • in Road Accidents,
    • worldwide , every year.
    • 2 to 3 % of Gross National Product
    • is lost due too Road Accidents.
  • Road Accident Statistics
    • One child is killed in
    • Road Accidents,
    • every three minutes
    • in this beauty World.
  • Road Accident Statistics
    • Total worldwide death toll of
    • Tsunami of 2004 was about 230,000.
    • But the annual worldwide human death toll of
    • Road Accidents is 1,200,000 !!!
    • i.e. more than
    • five times the Tsunami toll .
  • Steps to be taken for preventing Road Accidents
    • Most important method to bring down accidents is strict enforcement of speed limits.
    • 90 % of accidents can be avoided by strict enforcement of speed limits.
    • Existing speed limits should be brought down further.
  • How to prevent Road Accidents
    • Heavy Penalty should be imposed on all those who cross speed limits and violate the law. If this is strictly implemented, nobody will dare to go at high speed while drive and also the chance to be a law obedient .
    • Heavy penalty should be imposed for those who cause the accidents & violate the LAW.
  • How to prevent Road Accidents
    • Tamper proof speed controllers should be made mandatory for all heavy vehicles. New heavy vehicles should have built in tamper proof speed controllers.
  • How to prevent Road Accidents
    • Two wheeler manufacturers should be asked to design two wheelers with a designed maximum speed of (say) 50/60 kmph according to Government norms. (Suitable speed limit may be selected for each country.)
  • How to prevent Road Accidents
    • New gadgets are to be developed for collision prevention and should be fitted on all vehicle. Research organizations should be asked to develop such gadgets on a war footing. For example, gadgets can be developed to automatically slow down the vehicle, if safe distance commensurate with the speed of the vehicle in front is not maintained.
  • How to prevent Road Accidents
    • Driving tests for issue of Driving license is to be made more stringent and foolproof and candidates should attend the training centre without fail.
    • Raising of lower age limit for two wheeler and Heavy Vehicle license to 20-21.
  • How to prevent Head Injuries-?
    • Helmet should be made compulsory by law in all states, OR impose a lower speed limit for those who do not use helmet.
    • Helmet should be made compulsory for back seat riders also.
  • How to prevent Head Injuries-?
    • Ensure that all Helmet users are fixing the Chinstrap of Helmet. Otherwise it will not help during an accident.
    • Ensure that ONLY good quality Helmets are available in the market.
    • Strict enforcement of existing traffic rules.
  • How to prevent Road Accidents
    • Law should be modified such that the person who made the accident has to bear (say) 0 to 40 % of the insurance claims, depending on severity of negligence. Also the compensations should be made very huge, making accidents unaffordable so that everyone will be very vigilant.
  • How to prevent Road Accidents
    • All those who do not maintain the safe distance for the speed should be punished as per law.
  • How to prevent Road Accidents
    • Safety awareness should begin from childhood, as it is difficult to impart awareness to a grown up a human being. If safety awareness is imparted at childhood, safety will be a habit.
  • How to prevent Road Accidents
    • Video and Computer Games that simulate Racing should be banned by Government OR discouraged by parents as it will develop racing habit in children .
  • How to prevent Road Accidents
    • All sorts of Motor sports especially racing should be banned by government. Telecast of Motor Sports and Racing also should be banned.
  • How to prevent Road Accidents
    • Racing and over speed / highly risky riding, driving by Heroes should not be filmed in cinemas and TV serials. Government should censor such scenes.
  • How to prevent Road Accidents
    • Children below a certain age should not be permitted to do cycling in busy roads / roads where heavy vehicles are plying.
  • How to prevent Road Accidents
    • Refreshment parlors should be made available at (say) every  50 / 100 k.m. on all national highways and truck / heavy vehicle drivers should be forced to refresh by having a face wash or by having a cup of tea or coffee.
  • How to prevent Road Accidents
    • The current practice of keeping the traffic signals in standby mode during nights and on holidays is to be reviewed and discontinued if found prudent.
  • How to prevent Road Accidents
    • Advertisement boards and other items that may obstruct visibility at junctions, curvatures and other parts of the roads should be removed immediately.
  • How to prevent Road Accidents
    • Ensure that the money recovered as Road Tax is fully utilized for the construction /maintenance of roads.  
  • How to prevent Road Accidents
    • Time Punching of Private buses (practiced in some states) should be discontinued as it is forcing the drivers to go at high speed, after traffic blocks.
  • How to prevent Road Accidents
    • TV and other media should be effectively used for Public safety awareness.
    • Major accidents and accident prone areas should be scientifically analyzed .
    • Speed should be restricted at accident prone areas.
  • How to prevent Road Accidents
    • Stringent traffic rules should be enacted.
    • License of those who are involved the accidents should be suspended immediately, at least until they prove that they are not guilty.
    • License of those who make serious accidents should be cancelled.
  • How to prevent Road Accidents
    • Roads should be properly maintained. Permanent contracts / arrangements should be in place for maintaining all roads in good condition 24 hours a day, 365 days an year. If a gutter is repaired in time it can save a life !!!
  • How to prevent Road Accidents
    • Health of vehicles should be strictly enforced.
    • Eyes of old aged driving license holders should be tested periodically.
    • License of drunkard drivers / riders should be cancelled immediately .
  • How to prevent Road Accidents
    • Judicial Commissions should be setup to monitor steps taken to control road accidents.
    • Roads should be straightened / widened wherever required.
    • One way traffic should be implemented as far as possible. Medians should be constructed in roads with two way traffic.
  • How to prevent Road Accidents
    • Footpaths and medians should be made mandatory for important roads.
    • Zebra crossings should be provided for pedestrians for safe road crossings at appropriate places.
  • How to prevent Road Accidents
    • Signals for road crossings at important busy places where a large number of people have to cross the road everyday.
    • Roads should be properly marked. Proper sign boards should be installed.
  • How to prevent Road Accidents
    • Humps should be provided at all important places, accident prone areas.
    • Construction, size and shape of the Humps should be scientific. All the Contractors of the Public Works / Other departments should be provided with the details of scientific Hump construction
  • How to prevent Road Accidents
    • Humps should be clearly marked, to avoid accidents. Methods of permanent nature should be followed in Hump marking. For example white marble pieces / white colour / fluorescent pigment can be included in the mixture.
  • How to prevent Road Accidents
    • Provision of small pilot humps few meters before humps can also be considered to ensure that humps are not left unnoticed.
    • Obstructions on road sides, caused by unauthorized construction / road side sales should be eliminated.
  • How to prevent Road Accidents
    • Visibility should be increased near curvatures. Sometimes, even cutting of grass to increase visibility can help save many lives.
  • How to prevent Road Accidents
    • Road Safety Day / Road Safety Week should be observed in all Schools, every year. Competitions on Road Safety Tips, Slogans, Essay, Painting etc should be conducted for various categories of students.
  • How to prevent Road Accidents
    • School Buses should be painted with Bright Yellow color.
    • Let ‘Road Safety’ be a mandatory topic for School Projects for all classes, every year.
  • How to prevent Road Accidents
    • A small pool of water or a hanging branch of tree on roadsides can cause accident, as such obstructions will make the pedestrians / drivers to take sudden lateral ( cross ) movement and result in accidents. Hence any obstruction on road sides which can cause a cross movement should be completely rectified timely.
  • How to prevent Road Accidents
    • Black colour should not be permitted for Cycles. Preferred / Default color for Cycles should be Yellow.
  • How to prevent Road Accidents
    • Front and Back of Lorries and Trucks should be painted with bright Yellow colour to increase visibility. This will help to prevent collisions while Lorries and Trucks are parked on roadside without parking lights switched on.
  • How to prevent Road Accidents
    • Reflectors should be fixed on Front and Back of Trucks and Lorries.
    • Accident statistics should be periodically reviewed to understand the effect of actions taken. Corrective steps should be taken based on these reviews.
  • Worldwide toll of road accidents: ( Statistics by World Bank & WHO )
    • 1.2 million people worldwide are estimated to be killed each year on the roads – that’s around 3,000 deaths daily, 500 of them children .
    • 50 million people worldwide are believed to be injured in road crashes each year, 15 million seriously .
    • Low and middle income countries account for more than 85 per cent of global deaths from road traffic crashes;
  • Worldwide toll of road accidents: ( Statistics by World Bank & WHO )
    • The global financial cost of road traffic injuries is 518 billion USD each year.
    • The cost to low and middle income countries is 65 billion USD, more than all development aid income .
    • For males aged 15-44, road traffic injuries rank second (behind HIV/AIDS) as the leading cause of premature death and ill health worldwide .
  • Worldwide toll of road accidents: ( Statistics by World Bank & WHO )
    • By 2020, unless action is taken, road traffic injuries are predicted to rise overall by about 80 per cent in low and middle income countries.
    • Source: The " World report on road traffic injury prevention "
    • jointly published in 2004 by the World Bank and the
    • World Health Organization (WHO)
  • More Road Accident facts
    • Total number of annual
    • road accidents deaths
    • is more than the
    • total population
    • of Mauritius.
  • More Road Accident facts
    • 5 Tsunamis are wiping out
    • lives from the world every year,
    • in the form of Road Accidents.
    • Nobody is noticing it !!!
  • More Road Accident facts
    • Few hundreds are killed by terrorism every year!
    • WORLD WIDE
    • Countries are spending
    • billions and trillions of dollars to fight against Terrorism.
    • We had a war against terrorism?
    • Or
    • ROAD ACCIDENTS & ACCIDENTAL DEATHS?
    •  
  • More Road Accident facts
    • Thousands of soldiers
    • sacrificed their lives.
    • Hundreds of innocents were killed in the war against terrorism.
  • HUMAN TASK!
    • Now, it is time for war against
    • Road accidents.
    • Are you ready ?
  • How you can help ?
    • You can able to prepare yourself
    • against
    • road accidents
    • by simply
    • spreading this message.
  • Why should we’ve to make a awareness slogans!
    • Road Safety Slogans
  • Road Safety Slogans
    • Life's short, don't rush it .
    • If you know you are driving to your death -would you still drive so fast?
    • It' better late than never.
    • Feel the curves but don't hug them.
    • Love thy neighbor but not while driving.
    • If you are LATE in your journey, no problem. But LATE should not be added in front of your NAME!
  • Road Safety Slogans
    • If you want to stay married, divorce speed.
    • Mountains are pleasure if you drive with leisure.
    • Be alert! Accidents hurt.
    • Hug your kids at home, but belt them in the car!
    • The best car safety device is a rear-view mirror with a cop in it.
  • Road Safety Slogans
    • Chance takers sometimes be accident makers!
    • If you want to stay married, divorce speed!
    • Mountains are pleasure if you drive with leisure!
    • Be alert! Accidents hurt!
    • Hug your kids at home, but belt them in the car!
  • Road Safety Slogans
    • The best car safety device is a rear-view mirror with a cop in it.
    • Normal speed meets every need.
    • "You can't get 'home,' unless you're 'safe.'"
    • Alert today - Alive tomorrow.
    • Safety is not automatic, think about it.
    • Leave sooner, drive slower, live longer.
  • Road Safety Slogans
    • Anyone driving slower than you is an idiot, and anyone going faster than you is a maniac.
    • Night doubles traffic troubles.
    • Stop accidents before they stop you.
    • Drive as if every child on the street were you own.
    • Better to arrive late than never.
  • Road Safety Slogans
    • Drive with reason this holiday season.
    • If you drink drive you're a bloody idiot
    • Speed Thrills But Kills'
    • Better Late than Never'
    • Don't Drink and drive
    • Feel the curves but don't hug them
    • Drive for safety.
    • Drive like people out there are trying to kill you, because they are!
  • Road Safety Slogans
    • Drive with reason this summer season.
    • Check your nerve on my curve
    • Love thy neighbor but not while driving
    • 6" of bruise is better than 6' under - Buckle up!
    • Better be Mister Late than to be Late Mister
    • If you want to stay married, divorce speed
    • Mountains are pleasure if you drive with leisure
    • Hand in, hamburger out.  
  • Road Safety Slogans
    • Seat belts save lives.
    • Don't risk it. Drive to Survive
    • Are you tired - Take a break
    • Don't be tempted to take a risk - 'Drive Safely'
    • Crossing road's a challenge too, think about it.
  • Road Safety Slogans
    • Take a break. Fatigue kills.
    • Life is so precious. The life you save may be your own.
    • Its s better a minute late than "the late" .
    • Don't become a road accident "statistic" .
    • Road safety is no accident.
    • Stay alert, stay alive.
    • Always alert, seldom hurt .
  • Road Safety Slogans
    • Keep your distance
    • Road safety is life safety-drive safely
    • Its better to be late than never. (...than dead on time)
    • Give way to pedestrians
    • Don't fool yourself. Speed kills
    • Wake up to yourself. Fatigue kills
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