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Sunday , 3 March 2024

Advancing Intelligent Transportation System in India: A Comprehensive Review of the Latest NHAI ATMS Policy (2023)

 

Feature Old Policy Latest Policy (2023)
Technology Focus Basic traffic monitoring and data collection Upgraded infrastructure and integration with advanced technologies like 5G
Road Safety Measures Limited focus on incident response and prevention Prioritizes real-time monitoring, incident detection, and dynamic traffic management for improved safety
Traffic Law Enforcement Reliance on manual patrolling and limited camera systems Emphasizes digital enforcement through automated systems and integration with cameras
Future Adaptability Limited flexibility for future technology integration Open to incorporating newer technologies like 5G and leaving room for future advancements
Collaboration Focus Primarily NHAI-driven implementation Encourages collaboration between NHAI, technology providers, and research institutions
Data Privacy and Security Lacks clear outlines for data handling and protection Emphasizes data privacy and security protocols for traffic data collection, storage, and utilization
Cost-Effectiveness Limited consideration for cost-efficiency in implementation and maintenance Focuses on balancing technological advancements with cost-effective deployment and maintenance
Training and Capacity Building Minimal focus on training for personnel and stakeholders Prioritizes training programs for NHAI personnel and stakeholders to ensure system expertise
Public Awareness and Transparency Lacks initiatives to inform the public about ATMS functionalities Aims to increase public awareness through communication campaigns and transparency measures
Inclusiveness and Accessibility Does not explicitly address the needs of diverse user groups Considers the needs of pedestrians, cyclists, and differently-abled individuals for equal access to the system

 

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