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  • 1. Traffic Congestion
  • 2. Time loss due to congestion
    More than 500 million passengers
    travel by road every day, worldwide.
    If a passenger loses 2 minute
    everyday , in traffic congestion,
    total annual time loss is
    700,000 YEARS !!!
  • 3. Time loss due to congestion
    Yes, Unbelievable, but true. We lose man time equivalent to 700,000 years , every year, because of traffic congestion.
    Calculation :
    Number of road passengers / day = 500,000,000
    Average time loss / person per day = 2 minute
    Total time loss / day = 1,000,000,000 minutes
    Total time loss for a year = 365,000,000,000 minutes
    = 365,000,000,000 / ( 60 * 24 * 365 ) = 700,000 YEARS
  • 4. Monetary loss due to congestion
    Traffic jams cost Moscow
    USD 1.3 billion a year.
    Traffic congestion costs the South
    African business USD 18 billion a year.
    Traffic congestion in Dhaka eats up
    USD 3 billion a year.
  • 5. Monetary loss due to congestion
    Traffic Congestion cost of
    US cities ranges between
    USD 35 billion to USD 48 billion.
    US loses roughly 2 % of GNP
    in traffic congestion
    UK loses 5 % of GNP
  • 6. Traffic Congestion Costs
  • 7. Traffic Congestion
  • 8. Losses due to Traffic Congestion
    Wasting time of motorists and passengers.
    Fuel loss.
    Loss of pay for employees.
    Loss of life due to not reaching hospital in time.
    Increased road accidents due to over speed taken to make up the lost time.
  • 9. Losses due to Traffic Congestion
    Increased carbon dioxide emission.
    More atmospheric pollution.
    More diseases due to increased pollution.
    Increased mental tension for passengers.
  • 10. Losses due to Traffic Congestion
    Increased cost of travel.
    Increased cost of transporting products.
    Increased cost of doing business.
  • 11. Losses due to Traffic Congestion
    Wear and tear on vehicles leading to more frequent repairs and replacements.
    Stressed and frustrated motorists, encouraging road rage and reduced health of motorists
  • 12. Ambulance trapped in Traffic Jam
  • 13. Vehicle pollution
  • 14. Traffic Congestion & Road accidents
    1.2 million people are killed in road accidents every year.
    Over speed resulting from time lost in traffic jams is a major cause for road accidents.
    At least 120,000 lives can be saved, every year, if traffic congestions are reduced.
  • 15. Road Accidents
  • 16. Traffic congestion at Sao Paulo. Sao Paulo has the world's worst traffic jams.
  • 17. Congestion on a city road in Moscow
  • 18. A traffic jam in the Himalayas (Garhwal hills, India)
  • 19. Bangkok is notorious for its traffic congestion.
  • 20. Congestion on a street in Taipei
  • 21. Congestion caused by evacuees fleeing Hurricane Rita. Traffic in all lanes of the highway is traveling in the same direction.
  • 22. Traffic Jam in Delhi, India
  • 23. Traffic congestion detector in Germany
  • 24. How to reduce Traffic Congestion
    Infrastructure development.
    Express highways to be built.
    Private participation in road development.
    Low budget development of junctions.
    Reduction of Junctions.
    Widening of busy roads.
  • 25. How to reduce Traffic Congestion
    More public transport systems.
    Develop waterways wherever possible.
    Expand Railway network.
    Implement Metro Rails in Metros and big cities.
    Promote Suburban railways.
  • 26. How to reduce Traffic Congestion
    Promote Car pooling.
    Urban planning and design.
    Reversible lanes ( certain sections of highway operate in the opposite direction on different times of the day/ days of the week, to match asymmetric demand )
    Free / subsidized public transport systems
  • 27. Send your valuable feedbacks to :
    safeindianroads@gmail.com
    www.slideshare.net/safeindianroads/presentations
    ( Presentation by Er. C.J. Johnson MIE )
    Thanks !!!

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