In the past decade, over 1 million people have been killed and over 5 million have been seriously injured or permanently disabled because of road crashes in India. Despite the scale of the problem, there are limited case- studies of structured, evidence-based interventions to reduce the loss of life and limb on Indian roads. The Zero Fatality Corridor (ZFC) initiative was conceived in this context, with a vision to build a replicable and scalable model to reduce road crash deaths in India. In 2016, SaveLIFE Foundation and Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. partnered with the Government of Maharashtra to reduce road crash deaths on the Yashwantrao Chavan Mumbai-Pune Expressway to from an annual average of 135 to 0 (zero) by the year 2021 - transforming it into India's first Zero Fatality Corridor.

EMERGENCY CONTACTS

List of emergency resources and their contact details for the expressway, including hospitals and toll free numbers.

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I.C.E CARD

In Case of Emergency Card to allow fellow citizens to help you and your loved ones in times of need.

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DO'S AND DONT'S

Few steps of caution & safety tips that can go a long way in preventing road crash and protecting lives.

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ZFC PROJECT: IMPACT

Through the interventions across each of the 4 E's of road safety, in the calendar year 2017 a 30% reduction in road crash deaths was recorded on the MPEW.

GALLERY

Snippets of Zero Fatality Corridor initiative on the Mumbai Pune Expressway

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    Exercise on emergency response