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NHAI Initiates Smart Traffic Monitoring on Roads & Highways

The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) launches smart traffic management system on national highways. The initiative is a part of Incident Management System (IMS) project, which falls under Bharatmala Pariyojana. Enabling the IMS in tracking and monitoring the highways will ease traffic flow.

The National Highways Authority of India has taken up the charge of installing the surveillance system on ten national highways initially. Later, if it works out, the autonomous agency will install the mechanism across all the other national highways and Toll gates in the country. The beginning phases of the project are projected to be completed in 6 months from the time of initiation.

The new surveillance system, which has a built-in low-latency Internet Protocol (IP) camera, will curate data on the traffic at Toll gates.  The system communicates directly to the command centre in a Regional Office (RO) in the corresponding highway area. Each 30 minutes, the IP cameras will transmit tim

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NHAI’s New Surveillance System for Monitoring Traffic & Highway Operations

Roads are the largest mode of transportation in India; nearly 90 percent of commuting and industrial freight are facilitated by roads. And only 2 percent of all roads, which are highways, carry around 40 percent of all trade and commerce activities. Due to this, traffic congestion on these transport networks comes as a major problem. To ease the flow of traffic and operations on roads, the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) initiated the installation of the surveillance system in the country recently.

National Highways Authority of India’s advanced surveillance system comes under its ongoing Advanced Traffic Management System (ATMS) project, which also is known as Traffic Incident Emergency Management System (TIMS). The Central government’s autonomous agency is set to equip all Toll plazas with put the surveillance system into action by the end of 2018.

To enhance the security and traffic management infrastructure at the Toll plazas, the NHAI aims to position IP cameras at 1

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NHAI and Korea Expressway Corporation to Come Together to Resolve Traffic Problem

In a bid to improve the traffic management system of the Indian Highway Network, the National Highway Authority of India is planning to sign an agreement with the Korea Expressway Corporation.

The Korea Expressway Corporation is known to run the toll roads of South Korea. The corporation has done some extraordinary work in construction and operations of expressway network in the Republic of Korea that has brought it in the international limelight. It holds the expertise in various segments; few of them are construction, toll collection, incidental business and supporting business.

Apart from being expert in the heavy-duty construction work such as tunnels, bridges, expressways, the corporation also has significant expertise in providing the maintenance services, emergency response, structure rehabilitation, and real-time and three-dimensional road management services.

The National Highway Authority of India is, currently, in the talking phase with the corporation and if all goes wel

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The NHAI is Set to Install Video Surveillance System at Toll Plazas

The National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) is taking its efforts to make the National Highway Network of India top-notch to another level. By using latest technology and infrastructure the NHAI is working to fix the problem of traffic congestion on the highway toll plazas.

As it is a known fact that the highways are the lifeline of the travel and transportation in the country, it makes it obvious to imagine the number of vehicles travel on these highway roads every day. The toll plazas create a bottleneck on these highways, and slight mismanagement can lead to heavy traffic jams near these toll plazas.

In order to avoid such scenarios and provide highway commuters with a hassle-free experience, the National Highway Authority of India has decided to install hi-tech video surveillance system at the toll plazas. The surveillance system will be equipped to do the real-time mapping of traffic congestion. It will send time-stamped photographs at a regular interval of 30 minutes to the

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India Gets New Surveillance System for Incident Management

The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) began the installation of a new surveillance system for India’s national highways as part of the Incident Management System (IMS) project (under the Bharatmala Pariyojna). The project will enable the IMS in monitoring the flow of traffic at Toll plazas. The NHAI has begun the task by equipping ten national highways Toll gates with the surveillance system and later will extend it to 200. The autonomous highways agency aims to eventually stock all Toll complexes in the nation with the new mechanism. The initial phase of the project is slated for completion in 6 months from the time of initiation.

Equipped with low-latency Internet Protocol (IP) cameras and special imaging technology, the new surveillance system will gather data on the traffic at Toll plazas and, through a secure local Internet connection, relay it to a command centre in a Regional Office (RO) governing the highway area. Once operational, the IP cameras will transmit time-s

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How NHAI is Helping India Modernise its Highways

In a bid to modernise the national highways, the Government of India started a domestic cluster project with the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) at the helm. The Centre is subsuming these and several other similar road projects, started by the governments of the past, under an umbrella program named Bharatmala Pariyojna. Other projects under the NHAI’s Bharatmala include the National Highways Development Project (NHDP).

The cluster project involves several subprojects for integrating advanced technology with the highways sector and overhauling national highways. These subprojects include Wayside Amenities (WSAs), Electronic Toll Collection (ETC), Advanced Traffic Management System (ATMS), industrial drones and remote sensing for highway projects, GPS tolling, and green highways.Of these, WSA, ETC, SukhadYatra, ATMS, and drones and LiDARs are already functional, and are in various stages of completion.

Domestic Projects

WSA consists of three substructures that provide civ

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Surveillance Cameras to Monitor and Ease the Highway Traffic Congestion

Traffic and transportation play an important part in modern national economies. Specifically, smart construction and operation management plays a key role in the efficient use of transportation infrastructure and thus can lead to huge economic benefits. However, many areas still suffer from unused potentials.

Highway capacity strongly depends on unpredictable incidents and accidents, which can lead to severe traffic congestions and infrastructure damage.  Furthermore, critical spots like tunnels and bridges mean a high risk for individual road users. The main challenge of traffic and transport management in these application fields is the necessity of high-quality information, in order to be able to perform efficient management strategies and decisions. In future, additional challenges in traffic and transportation have to be handled, concerning new applications like assisted, autonomous and connected driving.

So, National Highway Authority of India recently invested in several secur

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Video Surveillance at the Toll Plaza – A Complete Traffic Monitoring Solution

By 2025, it’s predicted that every day 6.2 billion private motorised trips will be made in cities worldwide. That means more roads, more road users and even greater pressure to get everyone from A to B - safely and efficiently. It’s a huge challenge for traffic management authorities – and a testing time for traffic monitoring technology also. From congestion and stopped vehicles to serious accidents and extreme weather, the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) understands the challenges that the highway commuters face every day.

Thousands of commuters every day crowd the national highways in India making their way to their desired destinations. Video surveillance systems have been widely used on highways for traffic monitoring, as the cameras are able to provide the most up-to-date information for both the traffic management centre and the motorist. As security is the top priority for the Indian government, the National Highways Authority of India has started looking for enhan

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NHAI’s New Mobile Application Will Ease Toll Payment Process

The Toll payment procedure has simplified with the successful implementation of the Electronic Toll Collection (ETC) project by the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI). In order to take this initiative a step ahead and catalyse electronic Toll payments, Akhilesh Srivastava, Chief General Manager at the NHAI, is working on developing other methods.

The NHAI and its CGM, Akhilesh Srivastava, are working on multiple toll payment modes, such as payment through mobile phones, for national highway commuters. The National Highways Authority of India has chosen a total of five innovations that are going to be tested on five stretches of national highways in India, including Delhi-Chandigarh, Delhi-Mumbai, Delhi-Kolkata, Bengaluru-Chennai and an undeclared highway.

The CGM is working on a new mobile application for toll payment (not to be confused with Sukhad Yatra). This will act as an alternative payment mode for motorists who can’t pay via FASTag, and will bring transparency to Tol

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Camera Based Surveillance System to Curb Snail Pace at NHAI’s Toll Plazas

Globalisation - induced reforms gave a boost to economic activity in India. It improved the purchasing power of Indian citizens and also the standard of living. People started using automobiles for commuting purposes in a manner never before. Due to the increase in vehicular density, the roadways in India typically got clogged by the unsought congestion. Particularly the national highways, that represent only a miniscule of all the roadways in Republic of India, carry a walloping quantity of forty percent of all the trade happening within the territorial limits of India and most frequently face the warmth of congestion issues.

Most often traders and commuters got adjusted with the system but there underlies a deep sense of dissatisfaction among them. So, as to deal with such problematic issues, the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways and its executive bodies came up with completely different congestion-curbing initiatives like FASTag, Video-based surveillance systems, and NFC Toll

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