With the advancements of highways and extremely fast vehicles hitting the road every month, on one hand the convenience has improved and distances have shrunk considerably but on the other hand, the number of accidents and death toll, injuries have gone up as well. When the issue came to light, various factors came under scanner and it was learnt that all the efforts of road safety are lacking the objective and vision. No one knows in a developed India what kind of achievements we have set, what goals we believe to attain. SO the foremost need is to determine the vision.
Since United Nation has declared the ongoing decade as Road Safety decade (2011-2020), government has decided to organize an International conference on Road Safety vision for 2020 for two days from May 21 to May 22 in the auditorium of Mohan Lal Sukhadia University of Udaipur. MLSU is a co host to the event along with All India Federation of Motor Vehicle Department (AIFMVD) and Transport Department of Government of Rajasthan. The ministry of road transport and highways of New Delhi will play sponsor in the event.