CSIR-CRRI to study the problems related to Freight Movements in Urban Areas under World Bank funded project

The World Bank has funded a research study to CSIR-CRRI to carry out a study on "Megacity Logistics: Metrics, Tools and Measures for Sustainability (MEGALOG)" to study the problems related to Freight Movements in Urban Areas taking a case study of Delhi City. This project is going to carry out by CSIR-CRRI in association with TNO Netherlands and TU Delft, Netherlands.

Highway to HELL: Research body says Delhi's roads are deathtraps after 1,500 people die in 2016

source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/indiahome/indianews/article-4395944/Research-...

Faulty designs and inadequate safety measures have turned major arterial roads in the national Capital into virtual deathtraps, a recent study of the Central Road Research Institute (CRRI) found.

Cops to rope in CRRI for fresh study on Delhi's 'killer spots'

Source: http://www.dnaindia.com/delhi/report-cops-to-rope-in-crri-for-fresh-stud...

Department identifies 50 such places in the Capital where three or more fatal accidents or 10 or more non-fatal accidents occur ever year.

Technologies for Commercialisation/वाणिज्यीकरण के लिए प्रौद्योगिकियाँ

In the recent past, CSIR-CRRI has developed few technologies which are of very high value to the Road Fraternity. These Technologies are listed below and are available for Technology Transfer.

Technologies for Commercialisation:-

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