Ggn police, Honda tie up to prevent road accidents
Gurugram: To prevent road accidents due to the presence of a large number of blind spots in the city, the Gurugram police has tied up Japanese auto major Honda motors. Under corporate social responsibility, the automobile company will be providing the amount of Rs 20 lakhs to the district police. This amount will be then utilised for creating solar blinking lights, reflector tapes on the barrier and placing of the cones.
A large number of blind spots are present around major roads of NH-8, Dwarka Expressway and MG road. The auto major has also provided 500 reflector jackets to the police officials.
According to School of planning and architecture (SPA)Faulty road designs, poor signage systems and poor management of traffic in major roads of Gurugram are making it accident prone IFFCO Chowk and Bristol Chowk from Gurugram have been listed among the perilous roads to travel for commuters in the National Capital Region.
Gurugram Metropolitan Development Authority (GMDA) identified six routes in the city to be unsafe for commuters and pedestrians due to poor road designs.
These roads are HUDA City Centre, Sirhaul collection point, Shankar Chowk, Wazirabad Point, Artemis Road and Badshahpur bus stand junction.