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India Road Safety Week – Ground Events Schedule

Given that on an average, there is an accident every minute, and a fatality on road once every four minutes, Diageo-NDTV Road To Safety campaign aimed to help reduce the number of preventable accidents, by encouraging people to be more responsible behind the wheel.
India Road Safety Week – Ground Events Schedule

Over 1,37,000 people lost their lives on Indian roads last year, a number that is shockingly more than the fatalities reported in all our wars put together. Given that on an average, there is an accident every minute, and a fatality on road once every four minutes, Diageo-NDTV Road To Safety campaign aimed to help reduce the number of preventable accidents, by encouraging people to be more responsible behind the wheel. (Take “I Never Drink & Drive” Pledge)

As India observes Road Safety Week from January 11 to 17, join our campaign and participate in the ground activities in your city. Click on the map below for the activity details and schedule:

11th January

  • Shivaji Park, Dadar | Time: 3-5 PM (IST)
  • White Field to MG Road, Bangalore | Time: 1-5 PM (IST)
  • Anna Nagar Tower Park, Chennai | Time: 1-5 PM (IST)
  • Shaheed Smarak to Hazrat Ganj, Lucknow |Time: 1-5 PM (IST)
  • Peoples Plaza, Necklace Road, Hyderabad | Time 7-10:30 AM (IST)

14th January

  • Uttam Nagar East, Delhi

17th January

  • Char Minar to Khairatabad RTO Office, Hyderabad
  • Kolkata
  • Rambagh Chauraha, Jaipur

For any queries regarding ground event, please email us at roadtosafety@ndtv.com

3 Comments

  1. Abhishek gara

    Sir lpls come to bihar in darbhanga district to participate in road safety week by people and ssp darbhanga…..

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  2. Er. Jai Parkash Gupta

    It has been noticed that at many roads crossing TIMER have been installed to inform Drivers/persons on wheel regarding how many seconds one has to wait for next signal of RED/ORANGE/GREEN light.
    Purpose of timer was very clear that you can switch off/on ENGINE & save fuel/pollution.
    Dear Sir, you may suggest to CRRI/PWD/MCD/NDMC/DDA & all concerned to keep these TIMERS functionally on all road crossing. Simultaneously if TIMERS are not installed at some road crossing/ T-junction, these must be installed & kept in working condition.
    Public at large may be well informed about saving of FUEL together about reducing pollution.

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  3. Prerna Singh

    We are running an NGO named People’s Trust based in Jaipur, Rajasthan working in the field of Road and Life safety since 2007. We want to associate with NDTV campaign of Road to Safety. What is the procedure? Please let us know.

    Best regards….

    Prerna Singh
    Managing Trustee

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