Maximum Speed Limit of Motor Vehicles

S. No. Name of Road/Road Stretch

Maximum Speed in Kmph

Cars, Jeep, Two Wheelers etc. All Transport Vehicles including TSRs
1. Ring Road from Ashram Chowk to Azad Pur Flyover via Dhaula Kuan/Naraina

60

40

2. Ring Road from Azad Pur to Chandgi Ram Akhara via Mall Road

50

40

3. Ring Road from Chandgi Ram Akhara to Ashram Chowk via Rajghat

60

40

4.
Outer Ring Road from Modi Mill Flyover upto Olaf Palme Marg-NH-8 Xing via Munirka

60

40

5.
Outer Ring Road from District Centre Janak Puri upto Mukarba Xing via Peera Garhi Xing

50

40

6.
Outer Ring Road from Mukarba Xing to Old Wazirabad Bridge via Burari Xing

60

40

7.
Outer Ring Road from Old Wazirabad Bridge to Timar Pur Light Signal

50

40

8.
Outer Ring Road from Timar Pur Light Signal to Chandgi Ram Akhara

60

40

9.
NH-8 from Parade Road/Gurgaon Road Crossing to Delhi Gurgaon Border.

70

40

10 NH1 from Sanjay Gandhi Transport Nagar to Mukarba Xing

50

40

11 NH-I from Singhu Border to Sanjay Gandhi Transport Nagar

70

40

12 NH-24 from Millennium Park to Gazi Pur Border

60

40

13 NH-10 from Peera Garhi Xing to Ghevra Xing

50

40

14 NH-2 from Ashram Chowk to Badarpur

50

40

15 DND Flyover – Mayur Vihar Link Road

70

40

16 Noida Toll Road (The straight stretch from Delhi side upto Toll Gates and from the Toll Gate upto the points where curves lasts)

70

40

Rest of the Toll Road i.e. curves

50

40

17 Pushta Road from Akshardham Flyover on NH-24 upto approach of New Geeta colony Grade Separator

60

40

18 Inside all Residential Areas/ Commercial Markets

30

20

19 All areas between Ring Road and Outer Ring Road, beyond Outer Ring Road, between Ring Road and entire Trans Yamuna areas.

50

40

20 Pushta Road (U.P Link Road/ MarginalBandh Road) from Chilla Border upto Geeta Colony Grade Separator via Akshardham Flyover) 60 40
21 Northern Access Road – From red Light NSF to T Point of Northern Access & Central Spine 50 40
22 Central Spine Road to Mahipalpur Chowk to Terminal 3 ,IGI Airport 50 40
23 Radisson Road – From T- Point Radisson Hotel to Terminal 3 ,IGI Airport 50 40
24 Terminal 2 , IGI Air Port Road – From T Point of Terminal 2 Road and Central Spine to Terminal 2, IGI Air Port 50 40
25 Barapulla Nallha Road from 4th Avenue Xing – Sewa Nagar Up to INA -Aurobindo Marg Xing 50 40
26 Barapulla Nallha Road From Sarai Kale Khan Up to 4th Avenue Xing – Sewa Nagar 70 40
27 NH10 From Ghevra Xing to Tikri Border 70 40
28 Saleem Garh Bye Pass Road 70 40

No Dark, Black and Reflective Glasses

Use of dark, black or reflective glasses in vehicles is not permitted as per law. As per the orders of the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India, use of black film or any other material is not permitted on the windscreen and side windows of vehicles. Violation is punishable with challan and on-the-spot removal of film. Only company fitted tinted glasses permitted, with 70% visual transmission of light with windscreen & rear window and 50% visual transmission of light for side windows.
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Speed Breaker

login-page-logoSpeed breakers are traffic calming devices constructed in accident prone areas. If a stretch of road becomes accident prone for some reason and the local residents want to get a speed breaker constructed, an application may be sent to DCP/Traffic (HQ), New Delhi. On receipt of the application, it is analyzed from traffic point of view and recommendation is sent to Speed Breaker Committee which decides the construction or removal of any speed breaker. This committee consists of representatives of MCD, NDMC, PWD, CRRI, Traffic Police and concerned residents welfare association.
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Role of Alcohol in Accident

alcoholImpairment by alcohol is an important factor in causing accidents and in increasing the consequences of the same. From various studies conducted in low income countries, it has been found that alcohol was present in between 33% and 69% of fatally injured drivers, and in between 8% and 29% of drivers involved in crashes who were not fatally injured. Drivers and motor cyclists with any level of BAC greater than zero are at higher risk of a crash than those whose BAC is zero.

With increasing BAC levels, the risk being involved in a crash starts to rise significantly at a BAC of 40 mg for 100 ml of blood. In experience, young/adults with BAC above zero have 2.5 times the risk of crash compared with more experience drivers.

A study on drivers killed in road crashes has revealed that teenage drivers have more than 5 times the risk of a crash compared with drivers aged 30 and above, at all level of BAC. Drivers 22 to 29 years old were estimated to have 3 times the risk compared with drivers aged 30 years and above, at all BAC levels.

Alcohol consumption by drivers puts pedestrians and riders of motorized two wheelers at risk.

Any person under the influence of alcohol or drugs, driving or attempting to drive a motor vehicle found to have an alcohol level exceeding 30 mg per 100 ml of blood detected by a breath analyzer, shall be:

  • Punished for the first offence with imprisonment for a term which may extend up to 6 months or a fine up to Rs.2,000/- or both, and
  • For a subsequent offence committed within 3 yeas of the previous offence, with imprisonment which may extend to 2 years or fine up to Rs.3,000/- or both

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