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Black Spot Analysis on NH-21A

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  • Department of Civil Engineering, Chandigarh University, Gharaun - 140413, Punjab, India

Abstract


Objectives: To identify the reason that leads a particular stretch of National Highway an accidental prone area and to provide the helpful information. To find out the black spot on NH-21A from BADDI to NALAGARH. Methods: Data taken from PWD and FIR’s have been analyzed and places were identified where maximum accidents occurred. IRC 53:1982 has been adopted for drawing the condition and collision diagram of the particular accident location. Peak hour traffic volume data has been collected. IRC SP 88: 2010 has been considered for the provision of road safety. A1 and A4 forms have been filled. Findings: The data provided or gathered from the police station is not sufficient because some F.I.Rs has been missing and some of them have not been registered because of the compromise between the two parties. A1 form was not filled by the police and on the basis of that A4 form has to be filled which was also not filled. If all of this information made available in the police station, then the accident rate should have been reduced. After doing this study and gathering the data, it will be helpful in reducing the accident rate on that particular stretch. PWD do their work in more consolidated manner. Police are aware of the area prone for accident and they should keep check on it to reduce the accident rate. Proper sign board and lighting system should be installed at T junction and intersection points as it will also reduce accident rate. Improvements: Collecting such data in consolidated manner will help police department to take necessary steps in reducing accident rate. It will also help PWD while maintaining the road.

Keywords

Accident Rate, Case Studies, Collision Diagrams, Condition Diagrams, F.I.R Data.

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