Delhi paying up to one-and-half times more on fuel due to bad road, traffic jam

Newspaper: Hindustan Times
Date: 2nd August 2017
Source Link: http://www.hindustantimes.com/delhi-news/people-pay-more-for-extra-fuel-...

An ongoing study in Delhi by CSIR-CRRI estimates the extra expense at Rs 960 crore a day. The initial study was carried out on best roads in Delhi and Yamuna Expressway, Delhi-Gurgaon Expressway and NH24 to collect baseline data

ऑटोमेटेड सर्वे से जांचेंगे सड़क की गुणवत्ता

अखबार: जागरण

तारीख: 24 May 2017

स्रोत लिंक: http://m.jagran.com/uttarakhand/haridwar-16079640.html

सीएसआइआर-केंद्रीय सड़क अनुसंधान संस्थान (सीआरआरआइ) के वैज्ञानिकों की टीम सड़कों की गुणवत्ता का सर्वे करने के लिए मंगलवार को दिल्ली से रुड़की पहुंची। टीम की ओर से देहरादून तक सर्वे का कार्य किया जाएगा।

How much extra fuel do bad roads guzzle? Study in Delhi-NCR to find out

Newspaper: Hindustan Times
Date: 15th May 2017
Source Link: http://www.hindustantimes.com/delhi-news/how-much-extra-fuel-do-bad-road...

Even though India is building around 22 km of roadways every day, there is no data to claim which roads are fuel friendly. Around 47,350 km of roads were laid during 2016-17 under the Pradhan Mantri Gramin Sadak Yojana.

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.

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