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Smart Transportation market to reach $237 Bn by 2026

According to a report, the Global Smart Transportation Market is expected to reach $237.143 billion by 2026, from the current level of $59.07 billion growing at a CAGR of 16.7%. The report suggests that growth in transportation infrastructure, rising megacities and population and rising number of on-road vehicles are the major key factors driving the market growth. However, the lack ...

Bringing together the who’s who of the transportation sector

I have been attending this expo for the last three years. The initiative taken by the organizer is commendable, bringing together traffic and road safety players under one roof. I can see, there is huge improvement in terms of footfall and the number of exhibitors in this expo. –T Krishna Prasad IPS,  DGP & Chairman, Road Safety Authority, Telangana   ...

TrafficInfraTech Expo, Smart Mobility Expo and Parking Infratech Expo:
A highly focused and integrated show

“Highly focussed and concise show”; “The best platform for the Indian Traffic Industry”. “A wide spectrum of quality visitors and delegates”, “Comprehensive solutions for Traffic and Parking Management’, “Technology showcased very much as per the need”, “Very interesting and invigorating seminar sessions”. The ‘big’ inauguration by Traffic Industry leaders and the Government officials. The Show was supported by MoRTH, Niti ...

“With NIP in place, we expect speedy project awarding”

In an interview, Satish Parakh, Managing Director, Ashoka Buildcon speaks about government’s recent thrust on speeding infrastructure projects, company’s approach on road safety and smart highways vertical What are the opportunities ABL is eyeing being a Master System Integrator? ABL started thinking of Smart Highways vertical three years back with a vision of overall social development by leveraging the power ...

Future Mobility in India Connected, Intelligent, Safe…

SecondlyMobility is a key driver of the economy. Better mobility reduces the burden of travel & transportation and can boost economic growth. With car sharing, high capacity public transit, high speed rails, electric vehicles etc the mobility landscape could look very different in the coming years says Preeti Swaminathan. The future of mobility is going to be integrated and multimodal. ...

New Motor Vehicle Laws

India’s parliament approved the Motor Vehicles Amendment Bill on July 31, 2019, the result of a five-year effort to improve national legislation on road safety. After the president’s approval, India’s streets may finally become safer places for both pedestrians and drivers. Road traffic deaths have reached alarming levels across the world, with 1.35 million people dying in traffic accidents every ...

Road Safety Today: The dynamic epoch

Avery Dennison, the silver partner at the event believes that road safety is no accident and needs focused measures at all levels. Road Safety is everybody’s responsibility. The same was presented the technical session at the exhibition. The persistent issues of around road safety negligence were highlighted, trailed by practical solutions that can contribute to a reduction in road accidents ...

Improving Road Safety for Children

Avery Dennison Fluorescent Films stands out during dusk and dawn says Linda Andersen, Marketing Coordinator, Avery Dennison Reflective Solutions Europe, Middle East, Africa All traffic signs are important, but few are as important as school crossings that alert motorists to watch for children. Near playgrounds and schools, you’re more likely to encounter small children that might not be alert to ...

Improving Road Safety through Smart Data

In a recent data released by Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MoRTH) reveals that, India had lost 1,47,913 people to road crashes in 2017, of which 48,764 were on two-wheelers, 26,869 were car crash victims, 20,457 were pedestrians deaths, and 3,559 were cyclists. This roughly amounts to an average of over 400 deaths every day on Indian roads. Over ...

Mainstreaming road safety audits: Making Indian roads safer

Among the several government initiatives being implemented, a key one is the Road Safety Audit. Until 2014 road safety audits were rare and not required in India. A World Bank-financed initiative—the National Highways Interconnectivity Improvement Project (NHIIP)—helped introduce systematic use of design-stage road safety audits across India’s road system, starting with the project’s 1,100 km of roads. Among the changes ...

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