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India all set to become USD 5 trn economy by FY25: Gadkari

India is the fastest growing major economy in the world and is all set to achieve USD 5 trillion GDP by 2024-25, Union Minister Nitin Gadkari said on Friday. Addressing an event organised by industry body FICCI, Gadkari said the central government is aiming to boost growth and employment to achieve sustainable development. India is the fastest growing major economy ...

EV Yatra app to locate EV charging stations in India

On December 14, President Droupadi Murmu launched the ‘EV Yatra’ web portal and mobile phone application to encourage the adoption of E-Mobility in the country.In her address, the President stated that it is everyone’s top priority to ensure that future generations breathe clean air, make good progress, and live healthy lives. Breathing clean air is a fundamental human right. EV ...

Artificial intelligence cameras at 50 Bengaluru junctions to spot traffic offences

BENGALURU: At least 50 traffic junctions in Bengaluru will soon get artificial intelligence-enabled Red Light Violation Detection (RLVD) cameras equipped to detect eight violations -seatbelt, overspeeding, triple riding, one-way riding, using mobile, signal jumping, stopping or crossing stop lines and not wearing helmet – besides identifying vehicles with pending fines. These cameras will consider those wearing “half-helmets” (the ones that ...

India will receive loan from JICA for MAHSR

The project aims to create a high-frequency mass transportation system, improving mobility in India and promoting regional economic growth. MUMBAI, AHMEDABAD (METRO RAIL NEWS): The Mumbai Ahmedabad High-Speed Rail (MAHSR), a project that is dear to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, will receive a loan from the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) of 100,000 million Japanese Yen (roughly Rs 6,000 crore) ...

New NH projects get started in Haryana and Rajasthan

Union Minister  Nitin Gadkari has inaugurated 19 National Highway projects in Haryana and Rajasthan that are expected to increase tourism, agriculture, industry, trade and employment opportunities. There will be savings on time and fuel.  The construction of various fly-overs on the Delhi-Jaipur highway will relieve traffic jams on the highway. With the construction of various major and minor bridges on NH-48, ...

AI for road safety

Nitin Gadkari,Minister for Road Transport & Highways intends to use  to use technology based on artificial intelligence in government systems to improve mobility and road safety The minister identified high priority areas that could benefit from AI-based technology — forensic post-crash investigations, pattern of accidents due to black spots, fatigue indicators, and sleep detectors for driver, and advance vehicle collision avoidance ...

‘Workshop on ‘Mumbai inTransit’

MMRDA is executing 337, 1km of Metro Master plan Network in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR0 consisting of 14 lines. Out of the 14 lines, Metro Line 1 (Versova – Andheri – Ghatkopar), a fully elevated 11.8km long corridor has been implemented on PPP basis are Metro Line 2A (Andheri W to Dahisar E) & 7 (Gundavali to Dahisar E) ...

UNION BUDGET RESPONSE – Aakash Sinha

Union Budget FY 22-23 in terms of Toll, Roads and Highways Since Toll and ITS has a good amount of share in the new road networks and highways getting built-up, we as an Industry, are very confident in our growth and as Tecsidel, being one of the leaders in Toll and ITS. We also feel confident in the growth  of our ...

UNION BUDGET RESPONSE – Amit Bhatt

As per the 2011 census, the average trip length for work trips in India was 5 km and trips greater than 10 km were only 16%. Also, 3/4th of the motor vehicles sold in India are two and three-wheelers. This means that Indians travel for shorter distances and use smaller form factors. Therefore, electrification of transport in India will require ...

Intertraffic Amsterdam celebrates 50th brand anniversary

Amsterdam, 19 January 2022 Intertraffic Amsterdam celebrates 50th brand anniversary First staged in 1972, Intertraffic Amsterdam is undisputedly considered the leading global trade event on smart mobility, infrastructure, traffic management, road safety and parking. Over the years Intertraffic has been responsible for identifying trends, launching new products, giving the world its first view of technological innovations and announcing a plethora ...