Using mobile while on wheel kills 2,100 in a year
Dangerous driving’ to cover jumping lights, using phone
Speed guns, ambulances to curb road deaths: Government
Bombay HC: Speeding alone no ground to book person for rash driving
Murder charges for flaw in road design?
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Sep 7, 2017
NEW DELHI: The use of mobile phones while driving claimed 2,138 lives last year while faulty speed-breakers, potholes and under-construction roads accounted for 26 deaths on the roads every day, according to data released by the transport ministry.
The maximum deaths due to use of mobile phones while driving were reported from UP, followed by Haryana. Delhi reported two deaths while Maharashtra registered 172 fatalities on this account. This was the first time that the road transport ministry collected such data from each state. …
Aug 4, 2016
NEW DELHI: Jumping traffic lights, using cell phone while driving, violating the stop sign and driving against the flow of traffic may soon attract fines of up to Rs 5,000 for the first offence and double that amount for subsequent violations.
These provisions are part of proposed amendments to the Motor Vehicles Act, approved by the Union Cabinet on Wednesday , which broaden the definition of “dangerous driving” to include these offences. …
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Jun 10, 2016
NEW DELHI: The road transport and highways ministry will install speed guns (equipment to record the speed of as well as film a moving vehicle) on national highways and deploy advanced ambulances with vehicle-cutting equipment on certain stretches for the immediate rescue of accident victims. …
May 11, 2016
MUMBAI: Driving a car at high speeds is by itself not a strong enough ground to book a person for rash and negligent driving, the Bombay high court has ruled. Two years after Mumbai police arrested a city resident, Khizzer Shah, on the charges of negligent and dangerous driving, a division bench of justices Abhay Oka and Prakash Naik used the HC’s special powers to strike down the FIR as an “abuse of the process of law”. …
Oct 16, 2015
KOTHPUTLI (RAJASTHAN): Sending a strong message to consultants involved in preparing detailed project reports (DPRs), highways minister Nitin Gadkari on Thursday said that government can book such agencies for murder, if the fault in design is established as the reason for any road death on national highways (NHs).. …
Anti-lock braking system must for all two-wheelers Timesofindia.indiatimes.com
Sep 20, 2015
NEW DELHI: All models of two-wheelers need to be fitted with anti-lock braking system (ABS) and combined braking system (CBS) by April 2018.. …
No toll for bad roads, SC tells NHAI in pro-user order Timesofindia.indiatimes.com
Aug 28, 2015
NEW DELHI: In what will be music to the ears of long suffering highway users, the Supreme Court on Thursday ruled that the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) and concessionaires cannot collect toll from commuters if the road is in bad shape. …
SC dismisses plea against NGT order banning 10-year-old diesel vehicles from plying on Delhi roads Timesofindia.indiatimes.com
Apr 20, 2015
NEW DELHI: In an order that could improve Delhi’s deteriorating air quality, the Supreme Court on Monday dismissed plea challenging the National Green Tribunal’s order prohibiting diesel vehicles that are over 10 years old from plying in the national capital. …
Government to scrap 125 toll plazas by month end: Transport Minister Gadkari Dnaindia.com
12 February 2015
Aiming to spare general public from levy at highways, the government has announced it will scrap 125 toll plazas in the country by the end of February. …
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