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Tag Archives: MoRTH

TUNNELING PROJECTS: Mitigating Delays

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The growth in volume of goods being transported as well as the steady increase in demand for business and leisure travel require the timely development of transportation infrastructure. With the availability of free space in cities becoming rare and the remoteness of certain areas to be connected, such as the Himalayas, tunnels play a crucial role in allowing the transportation ...

Interview: Meeting the Challenges of Speeding

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Continuing our conversation with the Traffic Police Commissioners of different Indian Cities, we have here BBGTS Murthy, DCP, Kanpur 1. How is the Kanpur Traffic police able to handle speeding challenges? Yes, we are handling over speeding by using Limit Sign Boards and Challans, creating awareness through various media, coordinating with various other departments like NHAI, Kanpur Nagar Nigam, Smart ...

Sheetal Wireless technologies Pvt Ltd

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SWTPL, an ISO 9001:2008 company, is dedicatedly in the field of Wireless Communication since 1995. It provides Wireless Solutions for Voice, Data and Remote control of factory cranes. The solutions for wireless communication systems include Analogue/digital Data Radios, Wi-Fi Radios, GSM Modems for SMS based communication and GPRS based data transfer, VSAT system, Radio Remote Controls and Wireless Gateways. SWTPL ...

Steel Tubes and Crash Barriers

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BST Infratech Limited is offering Steel tubes that are ERW, Black, Screwd and Stocked type as per IS:1239:Part1:2004. The light & medium products are available from 15mm to 100mm in diameter and the medium & heavy ones from 15mm to 150mm. Metal Beam Crash Barriers/Guardrails Specifications Cold roll formed in thickness 3.0mm / 2.8mm / 2.5mm W-Beam Width : 312mm ...

BERNARD

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BERNARD Mobility Analyser The BERNARD Mobility Analyser consists of an intelligent optical system that provides information about road users and traffic flow directly on site. No videos are stored. The anonymous evaluation is carried out directly in the camera system. This real-time information is used to intelligently control traffic systems, improve safety at pedestrian crossings or school bus stops, or ...

Finance Minister calls for more projects in PPP model

During a meeting with senior government officials to discuss the infrastructure roadmap, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has suggested that the various Ministries  try and spend more than their capital expenditure targets as well as explore public private partnerships for viable projects. He also called for ensuring clearance of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) dues at the earliest. Union Budget ...

Focusing on Sustainable and Environment friendly Solutions

Amandeep Singh, Senior Regional Business Manager Reflective Solutions/ South Asia, ASEAN & East Africa, Avery Dennison India Private Limited answers a few questions form TraffiicInfraTech What sort of innovation and technology is Avery Dennison investing in to change the landscape of traffic signs in India? Avery Dennison Reflectives have prided in being able to contribute to the cause of saving ...

Need to make public transport people friendly

 Union Minister for Road Transport and Highways  Nitin Gadkari has stressed upon the need for making the public transport people friendly, safe, affordable, accessible, cost effective and pollution free. The Minister also highlighted the need of implementing the ITS in the operation as well as the National Common Mobility Card in order to make its operation fully digitised and efficient.  ...

MoRTH and DRDO to manage geo-hazard

Ministry of Road Transport & Highways and Defence Research and Development Organisation  have  signed a framework Memorandum of Understanding for technical exchange and co-operation on sustainable geo-hazard management. The MoU was signed by Secretary MoRTH  Giridhar Aramane and Secretary DRDO Dr. Satieesh Reddy. The  MoRTH and DRDO will co-operate in the areas of  conceptual planning of integrated avalanche/landslide protection schemes for ...

NHAI extends deadlines for Project bids

In the wake of Covid-19, India’s National Highways Authority of India has revised the project awarding target from 4,500-km to 3,000-km plus, according to a senior official. “ We have already awarded around the 2,800-km-length project, and are likely to add another 500-700 km,” RK Pandey, Members (Projects), NHAI informed TrafficInfraTech. On extending the deadlines, he adds: “It all depends on the ...