Maruti Suzuki India Limited
(MSIL) has joined hands with the Delhi Police to implement a Traffic Safety
Management System (TSMS) in the national capital. The objective of TSMS is:
• Reduction in accidents and
• Improve compliance of
• Strengthen and bring
transparency in enforcement by e-Challan system
• Awareness on commuter safety
• Surveillance of traffic
The TSMS will be set up along
the Ring Road corridor from Dhaula Kuan to Sarai Kale Khan a stretch of around 14-km. A Memorandum of Agreement (MoA) was signed on
January 9, 2018 between Delhi Police and Maruti Suzuki India Limited. It was signed in the presence of Nitin Gadkari,
Union Minister for Road Transport and Highways, and Shipping and Water
Resources, River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation and Anil Baijal, Lt
Governor of Delhi.
Y S Malik, Secretary (Road
Transport & Highways), MoRTH, Amulya Patnaik, Commissioner of Delhi Police
and K Ayukawa, MD & CEO of Maruti Suzuki, were among the dignitaries
The TSMS project, the first of
its kind in the Capital, is in line with the Union Government’s focus to make
roads safe and bring down accidents and fatalities.
The TSMS will feature advanced
cameras including Red Light Violation Detection System (RLVDS), Speed Violation
Detection System (SVDS) and Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) system.
With these advanced camera systems it will be possible to simultaneously
capture red-light violation as well as speed violation by a vehicle.
With this initiative, Maruti
Suzuki will support efforts of Delhi Police to promote road safety by
strengthening and bringing transparency in enforcement of traffic regulations
and create a culture of compliance.
Maruti Suzuki will set up the
Traffic Safety Management System and maintain it for 2 years. The commencement
and operation of the TSMS will be under the charge of Delhi Police.
Last year around 1,495 people
lost their lives to road accidents in Delhi, among the highest in the country.
With an automatic and objective system in place, it is expected to instil
discipline among road users.
Maruti Suzuki will spend
nearly Rs 15 crore on this project. The project is likely to be operational in
the next one year. In addition, Maruti Suzuki and Delhi Police also plan to
engage with academic institutions and social groups to spread awareness on
traffic enforcement systems and safe driving practices in the national capital.
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