MUMBAI, India – Life is unsafe at any speed on India’s roads, nowhere more so than on the country’s new national highways and expressways, where an increase in speed is raising the stakes. Despite India’s low vehicle density – just five commercial vehicles, nine cars and 42 motor bikes per 1,000 people – some 650,000 traffic accidents injure 500,000 people and kill 100,000 annually. Part of this is due to the chaos and congestion that spills onto India’s roadways. On any ...

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