The Transport Department of Delhi has identified 69 fatal crash areas across the city, which has seen more than 5 accidents per km in last 2 years.
As per reports, there are about five corridors which have seen more than 2 pedestrians death per kilometre. Additionally, there are about 17 high-risk areas which have high risk and have seen more than seven fatal crashes.
This includes Peeragarhi Chowk, Seelampur Chowk, Punjabi Bagh Chowk, Intersection of Outer Ring Road, Mukarba Chowk, Nirankari Chowk, Wazirabad Road, Azadpur Chowk-Outer Ring Road.
Besides, there are about five corridors which have more than 2 pedestrian deaths per kilometre and 10 corridors. For motorists, Ring Road from IG stadium to Outer Ring Road which is around 123 km.
Report says that Ring Road Bypass has the highest number of people killed per kilometre.
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