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Title: e-Safety Programme in India Partners: AITS, India


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e-Safety Programme in IndiaPartners AITS,
India ERTICO
  • Presented by
  • Amitabh Bajpai
  • President, AITS India
  • International Cooperation Working Group Session

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The urgency to plan and manage transportation
more coherently, with more defined goals and
common objectives is being understood by the
government now.
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  • All govt. departments related to transportation
    in India are presently finalizing plans, policies
    and strategies to ensure safety, efficiency and
    sustainability of moving people and goods,
    optimize asset management and harmonise cohere
    technology developments.

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And this couldnt be happening at a more
opportune time.
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 Urbanization is happening at a very fast rate,
posing immense challenges to urban authorities to
plan and manage transportation with great
flexibility and scalability.The percentage
decadal growth of population in urban areas
during the decade is 31.2 percent respectively.
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The Govt. has pledged connectivity to all rural
and remote areas in India within the next five
years, through the Prime Ministers Gram Sadak
Yojana (Prime Ministers Rural Roads Programme)
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National Highways Development Programme is in
full swing.
  • With a total length of 33 lakh km, the road
    network of India was one of the largest in the
    world, second only to the United States.

8
The Govt. has identified transport and
infrastructure as first priority, with rail,
ports, aviation and river interlinking allocated
handsome budgets to move India forward fast
with telecom IT as the backbone.
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Yet this rapid development has also given rise to
the worst problems related to traffic accidents,
congestion and environmental pollution.
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  • Ø       About 80,000 people die on Indian roads
    each year one of the highest in the world.
  •  
  • Ø      Delhi, Kanpur, Agra are among some of the
    most polluted cities in the world, giving
    dramatic rise to asthma and bronchial diseases
    among the citizens, particularly infants and
    children
  •  
  • Ø      At the present rate of growth, it is
    estimated that speeds on Delhi roads of motorized
    traffic will fall to 5 km/hour!

11
But with integrated, coherent planning, a
powerful pool of trained professionals in IT,
engineers and telecom, India has the potential to
align its development to the 21st century to
address these problems.
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Therefore, the e-Safety programme signed between
AITS, India and Ertico couldnt have come at a
better time.
  • It was signed in the presence of the Indian
    Minister for Science Technology, Shri Kapil
    Sibal during the 7th Asia-Pacific Conference
    Exhibition in August this year
  •  

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The following areas are proposed to be taken up
under the e-Safety programme
  •  
  • 1. Accident causation data collection, management
    and analysis
  •  
  • Agencies involved Delhi Traffic Police,
    Ministry for Road Transport Highways, Dept. for
    Heavy Industry, Ministry for Science
    Technology, Institute for Urban Transport, IRTE
  •  

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 2. Vehicle Safety vehicle-infrastructure
cooperation, autonomous safety systems,
human-machine interface, probe vehicles
  •  
  • Agencies involved Dept. for Heavy Industry
    (NATRIP), ARAI, MoRTH, Ministry of Telecom,
    Ministry of Science Technology, AIMTC, SIAM,
    ACMA, AA

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 3. Highway Safety Emergency Operations, road
traffic information, rail crossings, speed
monitoring Agencies involved MoRTH, NHAI, RTO
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 4. Urban transport mixed traffic management,
support systems for pedestrian, cyclists,
non-motorised vehicles and motorized
two-wheelers, traveler information systems
parking VIP movement, handicap and vulnerable
user (children, aged, women, sick) support and
access, emergency operations strengthening
multi-modal connections, public transport bus
priority
  • Agencies involved Ministry for Urban
    Development, State Govts on specific programmes
    Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, etc.

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 5. Rural transport hill driving safety
handicap and vulnerable user support and access,
 Agencies involved Ministry for Rural
Development, NRRDA, state bus authorities on
specific programmes
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 6. Commercial Vehicle Operations driver
support systems, road traffic information
systems,  Agencies involved MoRTH, DHI,
AIMTC
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 7. Environmental Monitoring realtime
monitoring of vehicular pollution,  Agencies
involved Ministry of Environment, Ministry of
Health
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 8. Harmonising Policies to realize maximum
safety initiating policy and policy instrument
analysis international case studies
dissemination what has worked and what hasnt
and why, best possibilities for
India Agencies involved Planning Commission,
CRRI
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9. Commonwealth Games Using CWG for
demonstration projects and pilot programmes
 Agencies involved Delhi Govt, Delhi
Transport Dept, other Delhi development agencies,
like PWD, MCD, DDA, etc. Ministry for Urban
Development, Olympic Games Organsiation
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 10. Public Awareness AITS, India publishes a
bi-monthly magazine, ITS India News, which goes
out primarily to government depts. and
decision-makers in India.
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  • We will promote greater awareness of safety
    issues through ITS India News, as well through
    other mainstream newspapers and magazines to
    involve more public opinion for safety in India.
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