The app will facilitate a platform to public for making complaints against those doing rash driving, over speeding, etc.
NHAI Chairman Raghav Chandra said that the app will be introduced integrated with transport registration network by December.
NHAI is also working towards building up a complete information of data bank of all the highways called the Road Asset Management System (RAMS) which has already been commissioned for 3,000 kilometres (kms) of roads.
“This information would help to improve condition of roads; deal with citizens’ problems; give alerts, etc,” Chandra said.
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