Three national highways have been designed by the state transportation agency to be accident-free. These include the routes from Barr-Bilara to Jodhpur, Sikar to Bikaner, and Shahjahanpur to Ajmer. In these sections, the road infrastructure was altered; traffic lights were placed every 50 km in place of cuts, and underpasses.
In order to find the problems that required interventions, safety audits were also put up on these stretches. Three stretches of road—NH 48–NH 448, NH 11–NH 52, and NH 25—have been altered as part of a pilot initiative to eliminate accidents. These were created as model roadways after problems with road engineering were discovered.
Officials added that during community involvement, residents received information on how reflectors can be attached to carts or the horns of animals to help prevent accidents at night. According to officials, an ITMS, or Integrated Traffic Management System, is currently being implemented for these stretches and will be managed from the Abhay Command Control Center.
The ITMS will include speed detectors, CCTVs with automatic number plate recognition, and other safety elements.