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WHY WE MADE THIS
Trying to better deal with a problem that continues to remain a problem. And seeing the alarming figures we are sure it continues to!!
A significant issue being faced by municipalities around the world is maintaining the condition of roads be it summer, the monsoons (when it is at its worst) or any weather condition as a matter in fact. According to an article by India Today, over 9,300 people had been killed and nearly 25,000 were injured in road accidents as a result of potholes. According to Times of India, potholes took a deadly toll in 2017, claiming almost 10 lives daily with annual fatalities in the country adding up to 3,597. According to an article in InShorts, Potholes killed more people than terrorists reporting 14,926 deaths in road accidents.
When we look at the other side of the world, according to “Safety Resource Center”, approximately 3 Billion US Dollars are spent by motorists for repair of their vehicles. According to “American Automobile Association (AAA)”, over the past five years, around 16 million drivers across the U.S. have suffered damage from potholes. Maintaining the road condition is a challenge with constant weather changes, wear, and tear, low budgets for the municipalities. Also not to forget keeping the people informed is a task. So, this project was aimed at solving the challenges mentioned.
'More deadly than terrorism': potholes responsible for killing 10 people a day in India.
Mumbai man fills 556 potholes after his son died in one of them.
Nandanvan colony residents become ‘pothole warriors’.
THE TIMES OF INDIA
Requests For Pothole Repairs Are Double Their Normal Amount.
Death in pothole accidents on roads 'frightening': SC.
SUPREME COURT OF INDIA
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