It’s a tough question, because India is an international road destination, and it’s not a good place to be in a hurry.
“There are a lot of issues,” says Bhavnagar-based road engineer Amit Singh, who specializes in road infrastructure.
“Most of the major highways have been designed to take you for the whole day.
You have to drive in the rain, or in the mud.”
India’s roads have some of the world’s most congested conditions, especially in the central and southern states, and India is often seen as a poster child for road safety.
The country’s highway network spans the vast country, stretching from the border with China to the Himalayan plateau.
But as India is a global economic powerhouse, it has also seen a surge in road deaths.
Last year, India’s National Highway Authority (NHA) said it had lost more than 1.5 million vehicles since 2009.
The number of road deaths in India has been on a steady decline, from 5,000 per day in 2012 to less than 100 in 2017.
But there are some signs that the decline is beginning to slow.
In January, a series of deaths in the country’s main highways, including a series in the south of the country, caused concern.
“If the situation continues to deteriorate, the risk of an accident could rise,” said Rajiv Kumar, an expert on road safety at the Indian Institute of Technology-Delhi.
Amit Singh, a road engineer in Gurgaon, India, thinks India’s road system needs some improvement.
He says the country is “not as good as it needs to be.”
“We need to be able to do more,” Singh said.
“We are a very complex country, and we need to keep the complexity of our infrastructure in mind.”
For the last three decades, India has spent about $4 trillion to build roads, bridges, tunnels, and other infrastructure projects, according to the World Bank.
While the government says these projects are essential to the nation’s economic development, it doesn’t provide enough money to pay for the projects, so many of the costs are borne by drivers and residents.
A 2017 report by the Indian Statistical Institute found that the cost of India’s highways ranged from $6 billion to $25 billion, with most of the infrastructure spending coming from public funds.
But the country has been struggling to pay back its debts and maintain its roads, according and studies.
The World Bank estimates that the country owes nearly $10 billion on its roads.
To fix the problem, the government has begun to look for ways to pay off its debts.
In 2016, it agreed to pay nearly $2 billion to the government for infrastructure projects that were not funded, such as repairing a highway in Maharashtra state that was closed to vehicles after two deaths on the stretch.
India has also set aside about $1 billion to fund projects that are considered urgent, such to build a new highway that would connect the state of Goa with the central region of Maharashtra.
“We are looking for ways that we can make the infrastructure sustainable, so that we have the infrastructure to support the needs of our people, and not only the needs for the roads,” Singh told Business Insider.
India’s road network, which includes some of Indias most congesting highways, stretches from the state border with India to the mountains of Maharashtra and Goa.
It’s also one of the fastest-growing in the world.
According to the United Nations, India was the world leader in road-building from 1997 to 2015.
India’s population is about 9.5 billion, and the countrys population grew by more than 13 million people between 2000 and 2015, according the World Health Organization.
The country’s roads are often overcrowded, with a backlog of over 100 million vehicles and around 5 million people needing to be transported on them, according TOI.
India has invested heavily in new roads, which have been touted as more safe, efficient, and more reliable.
The government says that new highways will help improve road safety, but critics say they also create a backlog and increase the amount of time that drivers have to wait for their next destination.
The government says the number of deaths has dropped by 60% since 2010.
The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways, which administers India’s national highways, has also reduced the number that are fatal, saying it is focusing on more serious accidents.
But some experts say that there is little proof that the improvements have made road safety any better.
“It’s a very hard question to answer,” said Singh.
“There is no reliable way of measuring the number or the severity of road accidents, and there are so many other factors that are affecting road safety.”
Bhavnagar Singh, whose family owns a business that makes plastic shopping bags, agrees.
“When you have a large number of people, it is hard to control the number,” he said.He says