The was inaugurated by Dr. M.Sudhakar, IPS, SP, Kanchipuram District, in the presence of S. Sunil, Deputy Superintendent of Police, Sriperumbudur, Biju Balendran, MD and CEO, Renault Nissan Automotive India Ltd, and Rajasekara Bhatt , GM – PLE & RNAIPL safety vertical head.

Chenai:

Automotive majors Renault and Nissan today launched a comprehensive CCTV project with the support of non-profit organization Sevalaya to improve road safety around the Renault Nissan Automotive India Ltd (RNAIPL) factory in the Oragadam Industrial Corridor near Chennai, Tamil Nadu. the press release said.

As part of the project, 110 cameras will be installed around the Oragadam Corridor, 48 of which are sponsored by Alliance partners, the companies said in a press release on Tuesday.

According to the companies’ joint statement, the cameras, new signage and other road infrastructure will help control traffic congestion, reduce crime rates and reduce traffic accidents.

Sinan Ozkok, President of Nissan India Operations, said, “Through this initiative, we will improve the security of the underdeveloped, but much needed village corridor. The road infrastructure that we are putting in place with our partners will make it possible to warn of accident-prone areas, organize traffic and control the overall rate of crime and dangerousness. With continued monitoring and maintenance, we are confident that this project will bring great benefits to RNAIPL workers, employees of other companies, and members of the public. »

According to the press release, the initiative is part of the plant’s broader rural development program which includes waste reduction and recycling, groundwater management and environmental and habitat protection. .

“The Oragadam Industrial Corridor is home to various manufacturing plants, and the movement of local villagers and the constant transit of vehicles carrying heavy equipment make it an area that must prioritize safety. The infrastructure project directly addresses a range of serious issues, from crime, to traffic, to accident safety, to make the Village Corridor comprehensively safer for everyone” , said Biju Balendran, managing director and CEO of Renault Nissan Automotive India Pvt Ltd.

The new project will improve security with CCTV cameras to help monitor crime; traffic lights at intersections; temporary roundabouts and barricades to control traffic congestion on roads and national highways (especially near Oragadam SIPCOT); flashing high beams on the separators to indicate the crossing points of the road to pedestrians; solar flashers to warn motorists on parts of highways undergoing repairs and the seeding of saplings along the sides of the road, the statement said.

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The report entitled “Delhi Road Crash Fatalities Report – 2020” was published by the Road Safety Lead Agency (RSLA) of the Department of Transport in collaboration with the Bloomberg Philanthropies Initiative for Global Road Safety (BIGRS).


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