It enables functioning of urban as well as rural areas efficiently by providing access and mobility. Passenger transport has an overriding influence on the functioning of the city or region Public. As per a WHO study (2000), an estimated 3 million people die each year because of air pollution; this figure represents about 5% of the total 55 million deaths that occur annually in the world. Vehicles are major sources of urban air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions. Public transportation services are vital for civic life.
Self driving cars should be on the roads because they offer more benefits than if we were not to have them. The benefits of owning a self driving car are so great, more should be on the road. One of the greatest, most desirable advantages is that there will be way less car accidents, and less fatal ones too. The article, “Self driving cars are just around the corner. Is it a good thing?” states that between ninety three and ninety five percent of all fatal accidents are caused by human error.
Life likens Road Travel Roads play a vital role in our life among the land, air and sea routes. To be more precise, without them, the access to other types is impossible excepting in the case of Helicopter use. Roads are the arteries that help in human mobility even without any need for vehicles: simple walking makes this possible. With the advent of engineering and technology, road transport through bus, car, trucks and bikes has grown by leaps and bounds. The travel by road remains essential and indispensable nowadays.
The important is aspect of the transport system is that many the world is not yet using vehicles for transport of low incomes and rapidly growing economy. According to Public Transportation, even if it works for many people, it also contributes to a variety of problems, such as environmental pollution and traffic congestion. According to Gerike, R., (2014) congestion, pollution, traffic problems, and demands for sustainable transport practices have led to a renewed focus on the importance of public transportation in urban tourism development. So using the perceived quality, cost and attitudes can address this issue. In addition, it can have a positive impact on society and consumers so that they always take care and reduce traffic congestion or pollution.
In many Indian cities it has been a trend that the people, who buy cars without having parking space, tend to park them on the footpaths in front of their houses putting the safety of the pedestrians at risk. As per the road accident statistics, more than half of the people who die on Indian roads are cyclists and the pedestrians. Lately, there have been increasing incidences of drunk and underage driving, which are claiming the lives of pedestrians including the children and the elderly. The pothole-ridden, narrow Indian roads, cluttered with numerous private vehicles, are becoming increasingly precarious for the travelers. In 2015, on an average 400 people died every day in road accidents.
Safety is something that is kept on the top of the priority list and is the most important aspect of the designing phase. I automobile designing, the crash analysis defines the quality safety of the vehicle. Using different approaches including computer simulations, today the automobiles are safer and reliable. All this is only possible today with the advancement in computational power and the advancement in software development over the years. The foremost concern is the safety for the driver and the passengers.
Due to this rapid increase of vehicles on roads, the probability of accidents is rising steeply. Majority of the accidents caused today due to the driver drowsiness , about 40% of the accidents occurred due to drunken driving which is becoming a major cause of accidents on Indian roads. Due to this there is a need of an effective system which stops the drivers with drowsiness, alcohol and pot holes to get on the roads and also to alert the drivers when they are near accident prone sites. A security system is essential as the number of theft increases every
Abstract This paper tries to analyse what the future of personal transportation might be. It takes into consideration the history of development of automobile technology and the factors influencing it. It also considers the current technological trends and how they will affect the evolution of automobiles in the future. Introduction Transportation has been one of mankind’s most basic needs since existence. It allowed him to survive, to prosper, to populate almost every habitable place on the planet.
Road Traffic Accidents Are also a second major cause of the disability in the world. In 2002, and in that case about 180500 minors were killed due to road crashes. The rationality behind that scenario was the lack of knowledge about traffic regulations and regulation (Khan and Tehreem, 2004). The story, which was published by world health organization that worldwide the many numbers of people killed due to the road traffic accidents in every year and approximately 1.2 million died, and injuries were about 50 million. The economic cost paid by Pakistan in road crashes and
• Availability of public transport mode: The roads with public transport stations or stop should be considered way different than the roads which don't have. • Pedestrian and cyclist: To check the safety measurement and the elements present for the safety of pedestrian and cyclist on the road. • Condition of road: The construction material used for the road and its influence on different factors like stopping distance etc, road marking, geometry, sight distance, road signage as well as