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IRC : 53-1982

ROAD ACCIDENT FORMS A-i AND 4


THE INDIAN ROADS CONGRESS
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ROAD ACCIDENT FORMS A-i AND 4
Published by
THE INDIAN ROADS CONGRESS
Jamnagar House, Shabjahan Road,
New Delhi-hOOt!
1982
Price Rs.
(plus packing & postage charges)
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IRC 53-1982
First published : August, 1973
First Revision : September, 1982
(Rights ofPublication and of Translation are reserved)
Printed at PRINIAID, New Delhi-NO 020.
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ROAD ACCIDENT FORMS A-i AND 4
Dr. N~S.Srinivasan
Dr. (Mrs.) I.K. Barthakur
P.S. Bawa
R.P. Sikka
D.P. Gupta
HA. Bindra
Convenor
.., Member-Secretary
1. INTRODUCTION
Accurate and comprehensive accident records
are the foundation of the accident analysis. The
effective use of accident records, however, depends
upon three factors, viz, accuracy of data, main-
tenance of records and analysis of data. Need for
a high standard of accident reporting is the princi-
pal pre-requisite for the use of accident records in
working out road safety measures. If the original
accident report themselves are poor, the analysis
and the results from their use will also be poor.
Jnaccurate and incomplete accident data make the
results vague, misleading and not fruitful.
In India, the details of day to day road accidents
are generally being collected by the Traffic Police
in various States in Road Accident Form A-i. This
form was suggested at the fourth meeting of the
Transport Advisory Council held in Delhi in July,
1939. Besides this Form A-I, the Traffic Police
also prepare the summary of road accidents in a
State during the year in the Road Accident Form
4. From these statistics, summaries are prepared
by various authorities.
There .~cre many deficiencies in the existing
Form A-l with the result that the details supplied
by the Traffic Police were insufficient for making
scientific investigation of road accidents. Although
this form included the details of road accidents.
like severity, location, day, month, time, vehicles
involved, age and sex of the driver primarily involv-
ed in accident and also of persons killed and injur-
ed, light condition, road condition, etc., there was
no provision for a number of other useful informa-
tion, e.g.. (I) exact location with geometry of the
road, (ii) type of traffic control at the site, (iii) type
of collision, (iv) details of second driver, if any,
(v) education of driver, (vi) road users behaviour.
Moreover, the previous method of analysing the
data maima Ily, was time consuming and, at the same
time, inaccurate.
Keeping these requirements in view, the Traffic
Engineering Committee in their meeting held on the
3rd October, 1967 set up a Panel consisting of the
following to go into this question and suggest suit-
able forms workable on an all-India basis
1. Dr. V.G. Bbatia
2. K.C. Saxena
3. T.R. Sehgal
4. Dr. N.S. Srinivasan
5. R.P. Sikka
6. PG. Mukherjee, Dy. Commissioner of Police
(Traffic), Calcutta
7. Deputy Commissioner of Police, Bombay
S. Deputy Commissioner of Police, Madras
9. Superintendent of Police (Traffic), New Delhi
1 0 , Miss D.V. Hingorani -
This Panel formulated revised Form A-I. Later
the Traffic Engineering Committee in their meeting
held on the 14th & 15th May, 1971 and 2nd &
3rd November, 1972 respectively approved revised
Form A-land formulated revised Form4andrecom-
mended them for uniform adoption in the country
by the police and other traffic authorities collecting
and maintaining road accident statistics. These
were then approved by the Specifications and Stand-
dards Committee in their meetings held on the 29th
and 30th Septe~hiber, 1972. Later,thesewereapprov-
ed by the Executive Committee in their meeting
held on the 25th April, 1973 and the Council in
their 81st meeting held on the 26th April, 1973.
This document was published by the I.R.C.
during 1973 and was sent to all concerned for
adoption.
The Chief Engineers, Transport Commissioners
and Inspector General of Police of all States and also
the various concerned Central Government Depart-
ments were addressed in August 1978 to send their
comments in regard to the use of these forms with a
view to consider whether any changes are necessary
in these forms in the light of their experiences. The
comments received from various authorities were
placed before the Traffic Engineering Committee of
the Indian Roads Congress which in turn set up a
Sub-committee (names mentioned below) to review
these comments and revise the Road Accident
Forms A-I and 4 wherever considered necessary:
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The Subcommittee took the opinion of Dy.
C in in iss one s of Police (Traffic) of Calcutta.
lnbav Hyderahad. Madras, Punjab, Madhya
Pradesh. Biliar & Kerala, in the revision of these
larms. ~ihe revised Forms as finalised by the Sub
vommitlec were approved by the Traffic Engineering
Co in in ittee (personnel given below) in their meeting
held at Paitia on the ~Oth December, 1980. These were
then app~oved by the SpecifIcations and Standards
C mmiitec in their meeting held at New Delhi on
the 28th May, 1981. Later these were approved
hv the F.~ccutivcCommittee through circulation and
the Council in their meeting held at Amritsar on
the 28th December. 1981. The revised coded
lroforma for reporting road accident A I will be
sutla hlc for mechanical analysis and will help in
achieving better results quickly. Hence the punch
card s~stem has been recommended for analysing
the road accident data. Form 4 is intended to
p~csent a sum mary of road accidents in a State
durinst the year based on the data collected in the
Accident Reporting Form A-I.
PERSONNEL OF THE TRAFFIC ENGINEERING COMMITTEE
H.C. ,ial hotra
Dr. N.S. Srinivasan
Prof. G.M. Andavan
Dr. MG Alma
A. K Bando padhvaya
IS. Dawa
A.K. Bhi I tas ha \a
Prof. H I.. nijlani
MN. Chatteujee
P. 1)as
~ Cihosli
IC. Gupta
T~.1. (~upta
Dr. (P.C.110(1)
ft. l~.adi~ ~tli
B.C. \Iitra
i.lc. N1d
(,. iiilgopal
S.N(. laiiiltar
P. Putnaik
1 he l)irec 101 General (Roast t)evclopnient) and Add!.
~ieerctaI\ to the GO\I, of lndia~Lx officio
2. I)FFINITIONS
ftuud Aceiduiit An accident (ColIh~ofl, overturning or
slipping) \vlliCli occurred or originated on a road open to
ptthl~e a!lic resulting ~ either injury or loss of life, or
diii a~eto prope liv, in which at least one moving vehicle
was involved.
Ps rsun Killiil ~.. \iiy perSon who ivas killed outright on
us put I lie aesident or whose death could be directly
Li iced to he injury (ies) received in the accident.
Fatal Accident : Anaccident in which one or more
persons were killed.
GricEously Injured Person : A person who has received
grievous injuries (in accident) such as fractures, concussions,
internal lesions, crushing, severe cuts and lacerations.
servere general shock requiring medical treatment and any
other serious lesions requiring detention in hospital. Also
those hurt grievously defined in I.P.C. in accidents, as
reproduced below:
(I) Emasculation.
(ii) Permanent privation of the sight of either eye.
(iii) Permanent privation of hearing of either ear.
(iv) Privation of any member or joint.
(v) Destruction or permanent impairing of the powers
of any member orjoint.
(vi) Permanent disfigurement of th head or face.
(vii) Fracture or dislocation of a bone or tooth.
(viii) Any hurt which endangers life or which causes the
sufferer to be, during the space of twenty days, in
severe bodily pain, or unable to follow his
ordinary pursuits.
Grievous Injury Accidents : Accidents in which person(s)
were grievously injured. (These do not include fatal acci-
dents for providing classifications under item2 of the Form),
Slightly Injured Persons : Persons who have sustained
only minor injuries or bruises or spraius,
Minor Injury Accidents : Accidents in which persons
received only minor injuries or bruises or sprains.
Non Injury Accidents: Accidents in which no one was
killed or injured.
Pedestrian : Any person other than a driver or
passenger. Persons in or operating pedestrian conveyance
such as perambulator, invalid chair without engine, push
cart, etc., or pulling a cycle are Pedestrians. Persons
attending to a vehicle (e.g. for change of tyre, repairing
engine, etc.), moving on roller skates, etc., are also
Pedestrians.
Driver: Any person who drives a vehicle or rides a
pack or saddle animal.
Passengcr : Any person, other than a driver, who is in
or on a vehicle.
Motor Vehicle : Mechanically propelled road vehicle
including tractors and cycles fitted ~vithauxiliary engines.
C3cles : Two-wheeled or three-wheeled road vehicle
titted with pedals and using human energy as its sole means
of propulsion.
Motor Cycle A motor operated vehicle with two wheels
more than 450 mm in diameter without pedal operation.
Motor Car: A free-wheeled self-propelled vehicle
designed for the transportation of persons but limited in
seating capacity to not more than 7 passengers.
Motor Car (Taxi) : A motor car constructed, adapted,
or used to carry not more than six passengers excluding the
driver for hire or reward.
Auto Rickshaw: A motor operated vehicle with three
wheels less than 450 mm in diameter without pedal
operarion.
Scooter : A motor operated vehicle with two wheels
less than 450 mm in diameter without pedal operation.
Convenor
Member.Secretary
Dr. K.S. Pillai
S. Ramanatha Pillai
Dr. S. Raghava Chari
Prof. N. Ranganathan
Prof. NI.S.V. Rao
K.C. Reddy
Dr. OS. Saligal
K.K. Sarin
Dr. A.C. Sarna
1-IC. Sethi
R.P. Sikka
iS. Sodhi
R. Thillainayagani
K. Yegnanarayana
P.R. Wagh
Director, transport
Research, Ministry
of Shipping &
Iransport
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Articulated Vehicles: A unit made up of a road motor
vehicle and a semi-trailer.
Nature of Collision : Positions and directions of
vehicles in each case are as indicated in the diagrams
below
(i) Head on collision
lii) Rear end collision
(iii) Brush/side swipe
(iv) Right angled collision
(v) Right turn collision
(ii)
Types of Insurance:
Comprehensive : Covers all risks.
Third Party : For the purpose of reporting in this form,
this category includes all types of insurance, other than
comprehensive insurance.
3. CLASSIFICATION OF HIGHWAYS
Non-urban roads in the country have been
classified into five categories as detailed below
National Highways: These are main highways running
through the length and breadth of the country connecting
major ports, foreign highways, State capitals, large industrial
and tourist centres etc.
(iii)~~ r~1j
(iv)
(v) ~- ~~ir ~i
State Highways: These are arterial routes of a State
linking district headquarte~sand important cities within the
State and connecting them with National Highways or
highways of the neighbouring States.
Major District Roads : These are important roads with-
in a district serving areas of production and markets, and
connecting these with each other or with the main highways.
Other District Roads : These are roads serving rural
areas of production and providing them with outlet to
market centres, taluka/tehsil headquarters, block develop-
ment headquarters, or other main roads.
Village Roads : These are roads connecting villages or
groups of villages with each other and to the nearest road
of a higher category.
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ROAD ACCIDENT REPORTING FORM Al
1. IDENTIFICATION PARTICULARS 5. WEATHER CONI)ITIONS
(I)
(ii)
(iii)
(lv)
(v)
State
District/Taluk
City/Town/Village
Police Zone/Station
Accident number alloted by
Police Station
FIR number
MVA accident No.
c=u.
E~12.
cJ 3.
t~34.
cJ s.
E~l6.
EJ 7.
L~J8.
Pine
Mist/Fog
Cloudy
Light rain
Heavy rain
Hail/sleet
Snow
Strong wind
Dust Storm
Very hot
Very cold
Other extraordinary
weather conditions
(specify)
2. LOCATION
(i) Name of road
(ii) Classification of road
(v) Details of location (the details under this
should be such as to give precise location)
6. CLASSIFICATION OF ACCIDENT
Fatal
Grievous injury
Minor injury
Non injury
7. TYPE OF VEHICLES WITH REGISTRATION NUMBERS
AND OBJECTS INVOLVED
7.1. Vehicles involved
Type of Registration
vehicle number
Vehicle 1 ________ ___________
Vehicle 2 _______ __________
Vehicle 3 _______ __________
7.2 . Pedestrian, Animal and other Objects
involved (specify type)
Si No.
1
2
3
8. NATURE OF THE ACCIDENT
8.1. Type
(vi) Type of area
E1 1 . Near school or college
EJ 2. Near or inside a village
~J 3. Near a factory/industrial area
c: ~ 4. Near a religious place
E~l 5. Near a recreation place/cinema
c: j 6. In bazaar
EJ 7. Near office complex
EJ 8. Near hospital
EJ 9. Residential area
EJ 10. Open area
EJ 11. Near bus stop
EJ 12. Near petrol pump
13. At pedestrian crossing
El 14. Affected by encroachments
(vii) Narrow bridge or culverts ~J1. Yes
J2. No
3. DATE, DAY AND TIME
Date Month Year
Day of the week
Time A.M./ P.M.
Holiday 1. ~lYes 2. No.
4. LIGHT CONDITIONS
E~J1 . Daylight
[~J2. Twilight
EJ 3. Dark hours with
~4. Dark hours with
: J5. Dark hours with
Overturning
Head on collision
Rear end collision
Collision brush/side swipe
Right angled collision
Skidding
Right turn collision
Others (describe)
8.2. Hit and run 1. Yes 2. No
9. DETAILS OF DRIVERS OF VEHICLES INVOLVED
9.1. Name. Sex. Age, Education and Address
of the Driver(s)
Name of Sex Age Highest Address
Driver N/F class
passed
Owner of private
vehicle
Owner of public/
commercial vehicle
Paid driver
Other
cj 9.
EJ 10.
c~ii.
E3 12.
c: Ji. National Highway
c: ~2. State Highway
EJ 3. Other road
(iii) Location of area EJ1. Urban
E~J2. Rural
(iv) If intersection, specify the names of roads
cji.
EJ 2.
~: : ~3.
cJ ~.
Year of
manufacture
c~i.
EJ 2.
I~3.
cJ 4.
~35.
~J 6.
E1 7.
=8.
(i)
(ii)
(iii)
(iv)
Veh. 1
Veh 2 ______ _______ ______
Veh. 3 ______ _______ ______
9.2. Person driving the Vehicle
good street light
poor street light
no street light
Veh. Veh. Veh.
1 2 3
1 cj
2 E~J EJ Ei
3 J E~
4 1 EJ
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Licence number
Date of issue
Date of expiry
Place of issue
9.5. Type of Manoeuvre
Consumption of alcohol
or drugged
Exceeded lawful speed
Did not qive right of
way to vehidle
Did not give right of
way to pedestrian
Followed too closely
Overtaking on bill
Ovartaking on curve
Cut in sharply after
overtaking
Other improper
over taking
On wrong side of road
Failed to give signal
Gave improper signal
Improper turn
Disregarded Police
Officer
Disregarded traffic
light signal
Disreqarded stop sign
Improper starting from
parked position
Wrong/improper parking
Asleep or fatigued or
sick
Inattentive or
attention diverted
at the moment
Improper use of head-
lights causing glare
Other improper actions
~describe)
Veh. Veb. Veh.
1. 2 3
1 E~ Eli] c~
2 Eli]
3 Eli] LT~J cJ
Veh. Veh. Veh.
1 2 3
(a) Load
(1) Overloaded/ I
Overcrowded
(ii) Load protruding Eli]
(b) Left hand drive
(c) Vehicular defect:
(i) Defective brakes t
(ii) Defective steeringElhl
(iii) Punctured or burstE~J
tyres
(iv) Bald tyre Eli]
(v) Other serious c: j
mechanical
defect(describe)
1 0.2 . Certificate of Fitness in the case of
con~nercia1vehicles
In force 1 Eli]
Not in force (expired) 2 El]
10.3. Particulars of Insurance
(a) Name of insurance
company
(b) Number of insurance
(c) Type of insurance
Comprehensive
Third party
Not insured
Veh. Veh. Veh.
1 2 3
Veh. Veh. Voh.
1 2 3
11. DETAIL5 OF PEDESTRIAN OR PERSON OTHER THAN
THE DRIVER INVOLVED IN ACCIDENT
11.1. Age of Person/Pedestrian
Serial No. Male/Female
Eli] 1 . Intoxicated or drugged
Eli] 2 . School child
ElJ 3. Pedestrian deaf, blind or
otherwise infirm
Eli]4. Crossing at intersection with signal
EJ 5. crossing at intersection
against signal
ElJ6. Crossing at intersection diagonally
c: J7. Crossing at pedestrian crossing
EJB. Crossing not at intersection/
pedestrian crossing
Eli9. Coning from behind parked vehicle
1 0. walking on road with traffic,
side walk not available
El) 1 1 . walking on road with traffic,
sidewalk available
E:J 1 2 . Walking on road against traffic
sidewalk not available
Eli] 1 3. walking on road against traffic
side walk available
=1 4. Pushing or working on vehicle
Eli] 1 5. Others working on road
Eli] 1 6. Playing on road
ElJ 1 7. Hanging on to vehicle
Eli] 1 8. Sleeping on squatting on the road
t~1 9. Dismounting or mounting moving vehicle
Eli] 2 0. Dismounting or mounting stationary
vehicle
=2 1 . Not on road (explain)
C~)2 2 . Other actions (specify)
9.3. Type of licence
Regular licence
Learners licence
Without appropriate
licence
9.4. Licence Number and other Details
10. PARTICULARS OF VEHICLES INVOLVED
10.1. Particulars of Vehicles
Veb. Veh. Veh.
1 2 3
Eli]
Eli]
ElJ
Eli]
Veh. Veh. Veh.
1 2 3
Diverging 1 Eli] El]
Merging 2 Eli] C.~J =
Crossing 3 Eli] El] Eli]
Stationary 4 Eli] Eli] Eli]
Temporarily held up s ElJ t:~ Eli]
Parked 6 Eli] El~J Eli]
Stopping 7
Starting from near side 8
Starting from off side 9 El~
Thrning right 1 0
Turning left 1 1
Making U turn 1 2 E~
Going ahead,overtaking 1 3
Going ahead, not 1 4
overtaking
Using private entrance 1 5 Eli] Eli]
Reversing 1 6
9.6. Responsibility of Driver
Veh. Veh. Veb.
1 2 3
2 Eli]
3 =
ElJ Eli]
Age
1
2
3
4
11.2. Particulars of Person/ Pedestrian
Eli]
Eli]
Eli]
El~
Eli]
Eli]
Eli]
Eli]
Eli]
Eli]
1
2 ElJ
~ Eli]
4 =
5 Eli]
6 Eli]
7 Eli]
8
9 Eli]
10
ilKi]
1 2
1 3 Eli]
1 4
1 5 ElJ
16 El]
1 7 Eli]
1 8
1 9 c: ~
20 Eli]
2 1
2 2 ~
=
=
Eli]
Eli]
Eli]
=
Eli]
= ElJ
= =
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12. DETAILS OF CYCLISTS INVOLVED
Double riding
Overloading
Not keeping to the left
Without light at night
Going on carriageway - cycle track
avail able
Cycling in the lane of fast moving
vehicle
Cutting in the flow of traffic or
zigzag moving
Turning right carelessly/without
giving signal
Towing himself with other vehicle
Not observing traffic rules
Confused by traffic
Rider inexperienced
Loss of control
Skidding on wet/slippery road
Others (specify)
1 3. TYPE OF PERSONS AND ANIMALS KILLED OR INJURED
1 3.1 . Type and Number of Persons Killed or Injured
1. Pedestrian
2. Bicycles
(1) Drivers
(ii) Passengers
3. Motor Cycles
U) Drivers
(ii) Passengers
4. Scooters
(i) Drivers
(ii) Passengers
5. Mopeds
(1) Drivers
(ii) Passengers
6. Autorickshaws
(i) Drivers
(ii) Passengers
7. Cars,taxis,vans,
and Other light
and medium motor
vehicles
U) Drivers
UI) Passengers
8. Trucks
(i) Drivers
(ii) Passengers
9. Buses
U) Drivers
(ii) Passengers
1 0. Other motor
vehicles
(i) Drivers
(ii) Passengers
1 1 . Animal driven
vehicles
(1 ) Drivers
(ii) Passengers
1 2 . Cycle rickshaws
(i) Drivers
(ii) Passengers
13. Hand carts and
rickshaws
(i) Pullers
(ii) Passengers
14. Other persons
Number
Injured
grievously slightly
Male Fe Male Fe-
male male
13.2. Number of Animals Killed/Injured
Killed _________
Injured __________
14. TYPE OF DAMAGE TO VEHICLES AND PROPERTY
Vehicle/Property Type of damage
(specify)
1. Vehicle 1
2. Vehicle 2
3. Vehicle 3
4. Other property
15. ROAD CONDITION
1 5.1 . Geometry of the Road
(1 ) Horizontal features (ii) Vertical
features
of the road
El1.Flat road
=2 .Gentle
incline
Eli] 3.Steep
incline
=4.Hump
El~5.Dip
1 5.2 . Type of Surface
Eli] 1 . Surfaced
(black topped/concrete)
El] 2 . Metalled
Eli] 3. Kutcha
1 5.3. Condition of Surface
Eli. Dry
ElJ2 . Wet
1 5.4. Nature of Surface
El 1. Good surface
El 2. LOOSe surface
El 3. Rutted and/or potholed
El 4. Road under repair/construction
El] 5. Corrugated or wavy road
El 6. Slippery surface
El 7. Snowy
El 8. Muddy
El] 9. Oily
El 10.Speed breaker
Eli] il.Others (specify)
16. ROAD FEATURES
(1 ) Carriageway
El 1. Single lane
El 2. Two lanes
Eli] 3. Three lanes or more without
central divider (median)
ElJ4. Four lanes or more with
central divider
(ii) Cycle track provided i.El Yes 2.El No
(iii) Foot path provided 1.El Yes 2 .El No
(iv) Pucca shoulder providedi.El Yes 2 .El No
Eli.
El 2.
El3.
El~14.
El 5.
El 6.
Liii] 7.
El 8.
ciii] 9.
El 10.
L1 ] 1 1 .
El 1 2 .
[~] 13.
Eli] 1 4.
El 1 5.
Type
Number
Killed
Male Fe-
male
of the road
Eli. Straight road
Eli]2 . Slight curve
El3. Sharp curve
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17. INTERSECTION TYPE AND CONTROL
17.1. Type of Junction (Refer Sec. 21 for
figures)
Eli. T - junction
El32 . V - junction
Liii] 3. Four arm junction
=4. Staggered junction
Eli] 5. Junction with more than 4 arms
Ei]6. Roundabout junction
Eli]7. Manned Rail crossing
Ei]8. Unmanned Rail crossing
1 7.2 . Type of Traffic Control
Eli. Traffic light signal
Eli]2 . Police controlled
Eli]3. Stop sign
El4. Flashing signal/blinker
Eli]5. Uncontrolled
18. TRAFFIC.REGULATIONS
El] 1. One way street
El 2. Entry of heavy vehicles
prohibited
ElI 3. Entry of slow moving vehicles
prohibited
El4. Speed restrictions
El 5. Parking prohibited
EIIIJ6. Any other (specify)
1 9. NAIIES OF PERSONS (wITh USERS CLASSIFICATION
GUCH AS PEDESTRIAN, DRIVER, ETC.) User Occupation
classification
Killed HORIZONTAL
CURVE
Grievously injured
Slightly injured
20. OAUGE
Eli.
ElI 2.
El] 3.
El 4.
ElI 5.
El] 6.
Eli] 7.
El B.
El 9.
Eli] 10.
0:1 31 1 .
OF ACCIDENT
Fault of driver of motor vehicle
Fault of cyclist
Fault of driver of other vehicle
Fault of pedestrian
Fault of passenger
Defect in mechanical condition of
motor vehicle
Poor light condition (including
street light)
Defect in road condition
Result of weather conditions
Stray animal
Other causes (specify)
2 2 . RESULT OF INVESTIGATION AND COURT
PROCEEDINGS
2 1 . DI?I3RAMMATIC SKET~1 OF ACCIDENT SITE AND
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF TUE ACCIDENT
(Given below are mere examples)
T-JUNCTION Y-JUNCTION
lflnn
STAGGERED JN. ROUND-ABOUT
nfl
FOUR ARM - JN.
JUNCTION WITh
MORE THAN
FOUR ARMS
Name
~fl
HAIR PIN BEND STRAIGHT BLIND CURVE
ROAD
Monthly
income
(Ps)
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ROAD ACCIDENT FORM-4
Statement containing particulars of road accidents in
the State for the year ending December
1. TOTtL NUMBER OF ACCIDENTS CLASSIFIED ACCORDING TO MONTH OF THE YEAR
Numberof accidents
1. January
2 . February
3. March
4. April
5. May
6. June
7. July
8. August
9. September
lB. October
II. November
1 2 . December
06000700
0700 0800
0800 0900
09001 000
1000 1100
1 100- I 2 00
1200 1300
1300 1400
1400 1500
15001600
1600 1700
1700 1800
1800 1900
1900 2000
2 0002 1 00
2 1 002 2 00
2200 2300
2300 2400
2400 0100
0100 0200
0200 0300
0300 0400
0400 0500
05000600
I. National Highway
2. State Highway
3. Other Road
Number of accidents
Non-
injury
(NI)
Fatal
(F)
Grievous
injury
(01)
Minor
injury
(MI)
Total
Total
Ti me
URBAN RURAL
Month
2 . ACCIDENTS CLASSIFIED ACCORDING TO TYPE OF AREA AND TIME
F GI Ml NI Total F 0! Ml
3. AcCIDENTS CLASSIFIED ACCORDING TO CLASSIFICATION OF ROAD
Number of accidents
Classification of Road
Fatal
NI Total
Grievous
injury
Minor Non- Total
injury injury
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I. Near school or college
2 . Near or inside a village
3. Near a faciory/ industrial area
5. Near a religious place
5. Near a recreation place/cinema
6. In baLar
7. Near office complex
8. Near hospital
9. Residential area
ID. Open area
II. Near bus stop
1 2 . Near petrol pump
1 3. At pedestrian crossing
1 4. Affected by encroachments
15. Narrow bridge or culvert
4. ACCIDENTS CLASSIFIED ACCORDING TO LOCATION
Number of accidents
1 . Fine
2. MistFog
3. Cloudy
4. Light rain
5. Heavy rain
6. Hail/sleet
7. Snow
8. Strong wind
9. Dust storm
1 0 Very hot
1 1 . Very cold
1 2 . Other extraordinaiy weather conditions
(A) Motor Vehicles
1. Motor c~cle/scooter
2 . Moped
3. Autorickshaw
4. Motor car
5. Jeep
6. Taxi
7. Bus
8. Truck
9. Tempo
1 0. Articulated vehicle
11. Tractor
1 2 . Other motor vehicles
Location
Fatal Grievous
injury
Minor Non- Total
injury injury
5. ACCIDENTS CLASSIFIED ACCORDING TO WEATHER CONDITIONS
Number of accidents
Weather condition
Fatal Grievous
injury
Minor
injury
Total
Non-
injury
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Number of accidents
Type of Vehicle
Fatal Grievous Minor
injury injury
Non-
injury
Total
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Number ofaccidents
Type of vehicle
Fatal Grievous Minor Non- Total
injury injury injury
(B) Other Vehicles & Objects:
I. Cycle
2 . Cycle rickshaw
3. Hand drawn vehicle
4. Animal drawn vehicle
5. Pedestrian
6. Animal
7. Tree
8. Level crossing
9. Other fixed objects
7. ACCIDENTS CLASSIFIED ACCORI)INGTO AGE OF VEHICLE.
Number of accidents
Age of vehicle (in year)
Fatal Grievous Minor Non- Total
injury injury injury
Less than 1 year
l-2
2 4
46
68
8 10
10 and above
8. ACCiDENTS CLASSIFIED ACCORDING TO NATURE OF ACCIDENT
Number ofaccidents
Nature of accident ~ ~ ________ ~ -
Fatal Grievous Minor Non.. Total
injury injury injury
1. Overturning
2 . Head on collision
3, Rear end collision
4. Collision brush (side swipe
5. Right angled collision
6. Skidding
7. Right turn collision
8. Hit and run
9. Others
9. ACCIDENTS CLASSIFIEL) ACCORDING TO CAUSE
Non. Total
injury
Fault of driver of motor vehicle
2 , Fault of cyclist
3. Fault of cl river of other vehicle
4. Fault of pedestrian
5. Fault of passenger
6. Defect in mechanical condition of motor vehicle
7. Poor light condition
8. [)efect in road condition
9. Result of weather conditions
1 0. Other causes
1 1 . Cause not known
Cause of accident
Fatal
Number of accidents
Grievous
injury
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10. ACCIDENTS CLASSIFIED ACCORDING TO DETAILS OF DRIVERS OF VEHICLES INVOLVED
(A) Sex
Male
Female
(B) Age
1. Under 18 yrs.
2 . 1 82 1 yrs.
3. 21 30 yrs.
4. 30 40 yrs.
5. 4050 yrs.
6. 5060 yrs.
7. 6070 yrs.
8. 70 and above
(C) Educational Qualification of Drivers Involved
Uplo Standard 8
Std. 8 -ID
Std. 10 and above
(1)) Persons Driving the Vehicle
1. Owner of private vehicle
2. Owner of publicfconiniercial vehicle
3. Paid driver
4. Other
(E) Type of Licence
1. Regular licence
2. Learners licence
3. Without appropriate licence
Number of accidents
Grievous
injury
ii. ACCIDENTS CLASSIFIED ACCORDING TO TYPE OF MANOEUVRE
1.
2 .
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Ii.
12.
1 3.
1 4.
1 5.
16.
Diverging
Merging
Crossing
Stationary
Temporarily held up
Parked
Stopping
Starting from near side
Starting from off side
Turning right
rurning left
Making U turn
Going ahead overtaking
Going ahead, not overtaking
Using private entrance
Reversing
Fatal Minor Non-
injury injury
Total
Type of manoeuvre
Number of accidents
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12. ACCIDENTS CLASSIFIED ACCORDING TO RESPONSIBILITY OF DRIVER
Number of accidents
1 . Consumption of alcohol or drugged
2 . Lxceedcd lawful speed
3. l)id not give right of way to vehicle
4. l)id not, give right of way to pedestrian
5. Followed too closely
6. Passed on hill
7. Passed on curve
8. Cut in sharply after passing
9 Other improper passing
ID. On wrong side of the road
1 1 . Failed to give signal
1 2 . Gave improper signal
1 3. Improper turn
1 4. Disregar led Police Officer
1 5. Disregarded traffic light signal
lB. Disregarded stop sign
1 7. Improper starting from parked position
18. Wrong or improper parking location
19. Asleep or fatigued or sick
2 0. Inattentive or attention diverted at the moment
21. Improper use of headlights
2 2 . Other improper actions
1 3. ACCIDENTS CLASSIFIED ACCORDING TO PARTICULARS OF VEHICLES INVOLVED
Number of accidents
Particulars of vehicles
Fatal Grievous Minor Non- Total
Injury Injury Injury
(A) Load
(i) Overloaded/overcrowded
(ii) Load protruding
(B) Left Hand Drive
(C) Vehicular Defect
(i) Defective brakes
(ii) Defective steering
(iii) Punctured or burst tyres
(iv) Bald tyre
(v) Other serious mechanical defect
(I)) Certificate of Fitness in the case of Commercial
Vehicles
(i) In force
(ii) Not in force (expired) _______ _______ ~
Fault of driver
Fatal Grievous
Injury
Non- Total
Injury
Minor
Injury
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1 4. ACCIDENTS CLASSIFIED ACCORDING TO AGE OF PERSONS OTHER THAN DRIVERS
INVOLVED IN ACcIoENrs
Less than 5 years
5 10 years
l01 5 years
1 52 0 years
2 02 5 years
25 40 years
40 and above
(A) r~peof Person Killed or Injured
1. Pedestrian
2. Bicycles
(i) Drivers
(ii) Passengers
3. Motor cycles
(i) Drivers
(ii) Passengers
4. Scootems
(i) Drivers
(ii) Passengers
5. Mopeds
(i) Drivers
(ii) Passengers
6. Autorickshaws
(i) Drivers
(ii) Passengers
7. Cars, taxis, vans and other light and
medium motor vehicles
(i) Drivers
(ii) lassengers
8. Frucks
(i) Drivers
(ii) Passengers
9. Buses
(i) I)rivers
(ii) Passengers
10. Other motor vehicles
(I) Drivers
lii) Passengers
II. Animal drawn vehicles
(i) Drivers
(ii) Passengers
1 2 . Cycle rickshaws
(i) Drivers
(ii) Passengers
13. I-land carts and rickshaws
(i) Pullers
(ii) Passengers
1 4. Other persons
(B) Animals
Number of Animals
Age
Fatal
Number of accidents
Grievous
Injury
Minor
Injury
Non-
Injury
Total
15. ACCIDENTS CLASSIFIED ACCORDING TO TYPE OF PERSONS AND ANIMALS KILLED OR INJURED
Number of persons
Male Female
F GI MI NI Total F GI
-..
NI Total
Killed Injured
.1
Total
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Fatal I Grievous Minor Non- Total
injury injury injury
(A) Type of Surface
I. Surfaced
2 . Metalled
3. Kutcha
(B) Condition of Surface
1. Dry
2 . Wet
(C) ~\ature of Surface
I. Good surface
2 . Loose Surface
3. Rutted and/or pot holed
4. Road under repair/construction
5. Corrugated or wavy road
6. Slippery surface
7. Snowy
8. Muddy
9. Oily
10. Speed breaker
II. Others
(B) Horizontal Features
I. Straight road
2 . Slight curve
3. Sharp curve
(F) Vertical Feature
1. Flat road
2. Gentle incline
3. Steep incline
4. Hump
5. Dip
1 6 ACCIDENTS CLASSIFIED ACCORDING TO ROAD CONDITION
Road condition
Number of accidents
1 7. ACCIDENTS CLASSIFIED ACCORDING TO ROAD FEATURES
Carriageway width
1. Single lane
2. Two lanes
3. Three lanes or more without central divider (median)
4. Four lanes or more with central divider
Number of accidents
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IS. ACCII)LNIS CLASSIFIED ACCORDING TO JUNCTION TYPE AND TRAFFIC CONTROL
(A) Type of Junction
I. T junction
2. Y junction
3. Four arm unction
4. Staggered junction
5. Junction with more than four arms
6. Round about junction
7. Manned rail crossing
8. Unmanned rail crossing
(B) Type of Traffic Control
1 . Traffic light signal
2. Police controlled
3. Stop sign
4. Flashing signal/blinker
5. Uncontrolled
Number of accidents
19. AC(IDENTS CLASSIFIED ACCORDING TO TYPE AND NUMBEROF VEHICLES AND
PERSONS INVOLVED
Type of accident
Fatal
Grievous injury
Minor injury
Non-injury
Total
Number of accidents Number of vehicles involved Number ofpersons involved
Fatal
Grievous
injury
Minor
injury
Non- Total
injury
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