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Paper Title: Proactive approach to access road safety on collector roads
Authors Name: Shahnaz Beegum
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Published In: Volume 7 Issue 8, August-2022
Abstract: It is important to ensure the safety on collector roads, as most of the safety audits are done mainly on highways and expressways, but as a result of the increasing number of vehicles in this scenario, and to avoid the queuing and congestion and to reach the destination in least time through easy route, most of the drivers nowadays choose these collector roads. But the implement of improvement programs on these roads are difficult due to the limitations on funding, expertise, time, and less availability of land. So, the better option for supporting the local transportation agencies about the safety issues is by conducting RSA. Through proactive approach, this project give rise to simple and cost-effective way of conducting the local RSA program. The study area was examined to analyse the existing condition of the road with reference to IRC manuals then based on observation certain ratings were provided and then given to experts to receive their judgements and it is analysed by Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP) based pair wise comparison in identifying the parameters which causes more road safety risk. The five parameters considered here are sight distance, drainage, signs and markings, cross sections, lighting and night time issues. During the road safety inspection, the road safety inspection the road experiences early stages of pavement distress, no lanes provided, signs and markings are not provided wherever necessary and it is also noted that especially most of the youngsters drive in a high-speed manner. As a result, this study prioritizes the parameters which need to give more importance at the time of design which is expected to be useful to various decision makers.
Keywords: Analytical Hierarchy Process, Road Safety, Pavement distress
Cite Article: "Proactive approach to access road safety on collector roads", International Journal of Science & Engineering Development Research (, ISSN:2455-2631, Vol.7, Issue 8, page no.73 - 88, August-2022, Available :
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Country: Kollam, Kerala, India
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