6 lanes road VS 4 lanes roads

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Postby vamsiyalla » July 13th, 2011, 12:55 pm

Hi All,

It is not about the Number of Lanes.
If we go 4 Lanes,6 Lanes or 8 Lanes also the number of accidents will not go down as there is need of Lane driving or Driving sense.

As most of the Cars,Buses and Trucks are always looking for OverTake.
So, in this case if increase the lanes also they will occupy the entire road and will not care for two wheeler.

So, for me solution is like

1.)First we have to make Strict rules and regulations for Lane Driving.
2.) 6 Lanes with Service Lanes should be implemented for Pass out and Pass in for every junctions.
3.) Under Passes and Fly-Overs should be There in every Junction so in order to avoid Accidents and also Traffic Jams Signals.
4.) One Import Thing they should Construct Foot Paths and Foot Over Bridges in Import Junctions so that people who are crossing the road will not have life risk.
5.)regular Monitoring of vehicles with Speed Guns and also checking for drink and drive.

These are some rules which may avoid Accidents up to some Extent.
Vamsi Krishna Yalla.


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Postby seeajay10 » July 29th, 2011, 5:47 pm

If we develop the 6 lane road then it will increase the speed of vehicle and more chances of accidents.

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Postby sat » July 29th, 2011, 6:10 pm

seeajay10 wrote:If we develop the 6 lane road then it will increase the speed of vehicle and more chances of accidents.

Minimum critaria is 4 lanes with central divider to avoid opposite running vehicles bombardment.

6 lanes road comes with three lanes separated with central divider, in this lanes one for (deep left) for slow running/two wheeler/ side semi parking purpose. middle for speed running, rest lane for over taking.
Overtaking strctly on right extream lane (not by deep left and not by middle).

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Postby statesman » July 30th, 2011, 11:46 pm

there are some villages where NH5 passes, there are several cuttings to divider for jumping from one carriage way to other by bullock carts. i missed accident on two occasions both by sudden bullock carts jumping between vizag- rajamundry. at several places barricading is done in villages but public for their convenience remove pipes for them to pass through. Even in city area in gajuwaka junction autos are parked on the carriage way inviting passengers in front of traffic police.. mute spectators.. god save this country

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