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India is heading towards better infrastructure and better vehicles. But on another hand in every one hour, 423 road crash deaths are happening.In 2019, 4,37,396 Road Crashes 1,54,732 fatalities and 4,39,262 people got injured. This is a high time to take the step steps to make the Roads more Safer with more participation of Government, Corporates, NGOs and Public.

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Road Safety Must Be a Lifestyle

India is heading towards better infrastructure and better vehicles. But on another hand in every one hour, 18 road crash deaths are happening. As per MoRTH Report 2022, 4,61,312 Road Crashes 1,68,491 fatalities, and 4,43,366 people got injured. This is high time to take the step steps to make the Roads more Safer with more participation of the Government, Corporates, NGOs, and the Public.

Message From

Sh. Nitin Gadkari
Honorable Minister of Road Transport and Highways Transport &
Highways Government of India,
New Delhi

I am happy to learn that TRAX (Traffic Reforms and Advocacy Experts), a non-government organization working in the field of Road Safety is coming out with its annual report for the year 2019-2020. Road accidents have become a major concern to one and all in this direction our Government has taken various steps to curb every kind of disaster on roads and to save precious lives.

Sh. General (Dr.) V.K Singh
Honorable Minister of State for Road Transport &
Highways Government of India,
New Delhi
  It is great to share that, Now Road Safety has been a recognized issue in the current scenario inspite has become an important matter to discuss these days in India. Road Traffic Crashes are a non-communicable disease and prominent cause of death and injuries across the world.
As per the Global Status Report on Road Safety 2018 more than 1.35 million people were killed globally due to road traffic crashes.
Sh. Ravishankar Vidyarthi
Joint Transfer Commissioner
(Road Safety), Department Of Transport,
Government Of Jharkhand.

I am happy to learn that TRAX (Traffic Reforms and Advocacy Experts), a non-government organization working in the field of Road Safety is coming out with its annual report for the year 2019-2020. Road accidents have become a major concern to one and all in this direction our Government has taken various steps to curb every kind of disaster on roads and to save precious lives.

Sh. V.K. Sonakia

Additional Transport Commissioner
(Road Safety),
Transport Department,
Uttar Pradesh

  It is great to share that, Now Road Safety has been a recognized issue in the current scenario inspite has become an important matter to discuss these days in India. Road Traffic Crashes are a non-communicable disease and prominent cause of death and injuries across the world.
As per the Global Status Report on Road Safety 2018 more than 1.35 million people were killed globally due to road traffic crashes.

About

Trax

TRAX is a NGO, dedicated towards Road Safety using Psychological and Innovative approach, since more than 15 years. At the International Level, TRAX is having membership with Global Alliance of NGOs…

What We

Do?

TRAX – A Road Safety NGO, has completed more than a decade of efforts on Road Safety and also well known for its contribution in the field of Road Safety. All the interventions of TRAX have been derived from…

About

Road Safety

Road Safety is a process or method to prevent roach crashes and fatalities, by adopting or implementing different safety measures, including road users such as Pedestrian, Cyclist, MTW riders, Light/heavy…

Impact of

Our work

Major Highlights (As on Date) to be incorporated in our Website:

Advocacy Programs by TRAX

  • Under our Helmet Advocacy Program ‘Helmet India Coalition’, 14 states have issued notification on Rule 138 (4) (f) and 10 other states have issued notification to take Stringent Action against Fake and Substandard Helmet manufacturers.
  • Capacity Building Workshops on Helmet Safety and other Road Safety Aspects were conducted in 14 States for Traffic, Civil and Highway Police personnel.
  • Media Content Regulation Program (MCRP), which is a Pan India Media Advocacy program by TRAX is about adverse negative impact of the scenes in movies, advertisements, narration in News Feeds along with other media communications that defies Road Traffic Rules and promote ‘Wrong Road User Behavior’ in them. Under this; we’ve successfully stopped the broadcasting of number of TV Commercials which were promoting Wrong Road Users behavior by intervening with the concerned stakeholders. Rest of the States and UT’s are also being followed up.
  • ‘180 Degree Visibility’ is an Advocacy Program of TRAX which promotes ‘Clear Visibility on Roads’ for Road Users as the inappropriate Vegetation on Road Lanes, Medians and Footpaths blocks the vision of Drivers and other Road Users hence responsible for Road Traffic Crashes.
    Such vegetation is in defiance of the NGT (National Green Tribunal) Section-8 of ‘Delhi Prevention of Trees Act- 1994’. TRAX along with IIT Delhi has research the Adverse Impacts of Roadside Vegetation and done a Road Audit in Delhi-NCR with is team of Technical Experts. A case study of the same has been handed over to the Supreme Court Committee on Road Safety, District Road Safety Committees along with concerned Civic Agencies for further action.


Towards Safe Intersections and Road Stretches by TRAX
(Specialized in Road Space Management)

  •  Surajkund-Pali ‘y’ Intersection in Faridabad, Haryana converted from an ‘Accident Prone Zone’ to a ‘Zero Fatality Zone’.
  • HH Intersection in Gurugram, Haryana converted from a ‘Road Accident Black Spot’ to a ‘Zero Fatality Zone’.
  •  Audit and Design of Rajeev Chowk Intersection in Gurugram, Haryana approved from the District Road Safety Committee. Trial Run successfully completed. Final execution of design in process.
  • Design and Audit of the ‘Shatabdi Chowk’ in Nagpur, Maharashtra done, and Budget have been sanctioned by the concerned authority for the implementation of appropriate road safety measures. Work in progress.
  • Design and Audit of the ‘Ajmer Gate’ in Ajmer, Rajasthan has been done. Execution of the suggested Road Infra Measures is in process.
  •  13 schools have been converted from ‘Vulnerable School Zones’ to ‘Safe School Zones’ till date in Delhi, Mumbai, Gurugram and Faridabad.
  • Designs of 4 different intersections prepared by Engineering Students with the support of TRAX are approved by the concerned Road Safety Committees and Concerned Stakeholders in Indore, Madhya Pradesh.

Sensitization and Capacity Building Projects

  • Training of 16000 Corporate Employees and Health Checkups of 18000 Commercial Drivers in Gurugram and Faridabad, Haryana, continued in the State of Tamil Nadu.
  • 70000 Students along with their Parents have been sensitized on Road Safety and approx 70000 Standardized Helmets of IS4151:2015 specification prescribed by the Bureau of Indian Standards was distributed amongst them in Delhi, Noida, Chennai, Agartala, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Mumbai and Bangalore.
  • 307 Teachers and 504 School Bus Drivers were trained on the ‘Role of Bystander’ through capacity building workshops.
  • Capacity Building of 89 engineering Students on ‘Road Safety Audit and Designing’.
  • Approx 200 Traffic Police Personnel from Delhi and Noida Traffic Police were sensitized on Road Safety along with Counseling and Stress Management Techniques.
  • Member/Visiting member of District Road Safety Committees in Delhi-NCR and other states.

 

Message

From

Anurag Kulshrestha
Founder President TRAX S.Society WHO LDP Member, India

And Yes, we need to evaluate the Last Decade 2011-2020, to understand our falls and rises!The world is leading towards the new #2030 target with a recent Stockholm Declaration. Thewhole world of Road Safety was encouraged to take the Torch of Road Safety to the next levelsand our leaders have ensured us for the same.

Rajni Gandhi
Founder General Secretary, TRAX

Thanksful to our Supporters, Volunteers, Stakeholders from all the Government Departments from Central and States! I am also thankful to the Road Crash Fighters who have come forward and joined hands to work with TRAX. And Bravo Team TRAX, keep on the good work!

Our

Reach

Team TRAX feels proud to serve the Nations and We are glad that in 17 years we have almost reached more than 3.2 million people through Training, Workshops, Media, and Social Media about Road Safety and encouraged them to be good citizens in order to achieve our common mission through our different campaigns, social media, and Media Engagement. TRAX has worked/worked in the state of Punjab, Haryana, West Bengal, Maharashtra, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, Odisha, Karnataka, Telangana, Sikkim, and Gujarat on different Road Safety projects.

25
states

4000
Youth Engagement

4.2 Million
Outreach

Featured Video

‘Road Safety and Juniors’ a one year program jointly initiated by the TRAX, Government of Haryana, and M.G Motor focused on spreading road safety awareness among school students to make safe use of Roads and secure for them and their loved ones. The Initiative Road Safety and Juniors aimed to educate young students through trained teachers across schools in Gurugram and Faridabad.

295 teachers from 257 schools and 504 school bus drivers have been trained on Road Safety and the Role of Bystander as well as first aid education.

Ongoing

Projects

Success Story On safe Infrastructure Interventions

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Become Volunteer

At Trax, we are of the opinion that selfless service for a societal issue as volunteer is a powerful way to showcase concern for the society.

Your contribution through your time, skill and knowledge, albeit may be small in your eyes can collectively be a significant force for achieving our ultimate goal to save people from road traffic crashes and deaths. Your contribution as volunteer can benefit to the society at large and to you as an individual.

So come forward and make a positive difference to the society!