The Ministry of Road Transport has recommended requiring highway
builders to use cost-cutting value engineering approaches.
Driving at night may be difficult, especially when the weather is less than ideal. Seeing the road lines, for example, can be lifesaving in severe fog. That is why, even in perfect conditions, unmarked roads are intrinsically more dangerous.
Road traffic incidents can be unpleasant and traumatic. What if technology could assist in their reduction? Artificial intelligence (AI)-powered solutions may soon make India's roads safer to drive on.
In 2021, the Indian construction industry grew by 17.1 percent, owing to the continuous loosening of limitations and increased construction activity in the road and highways sector.
In the last few years, the world has witnessed a rapid and significant development of road transport technologies. These include safety technologies, advanced traveler information systems, and convenience and Safety and Rapid Response systems.Read More
Over the last few months, we have seen a great many books by Akhilesh Srivastava, and each one of the books is an eyeopener in its way and frankly speaking, they all are very invigorating in many aspects.
Do you know that the Electronic Toll Collection Through FASTag Grew 46% in 2022?
Over the past few years, Electronic Toll Collection (ETC) through FASTag has shown steady expansion.Read More
The road transport and highways ministry (MoRTH) has
received a big push with the Union Budget raising the allocation by 36 percent
to around Rs 2.7 lakh crore for 2023-24.
FASTag is a
revolutionary technology that has transformed the way toll payments are made in
India. It was introduced by the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) in
2014, with the aim of reducing congestion at toll plazas and promoting digital