Indian Road Safety Campaign is the road safety initiative of Solve. Started as a project at IIT Delhi due to death of students in a road-accident, IRSC has gradually grown to be the largest youth-led organization in India. IRSC currently works across Policy, Law, Medical, Awareness, Technical domains in its efforts to attack the problem of 1.5 lakhs lives being lost from all ends across 50+ cities with volunteer support of more than 40,000+ students from 500+ colleges. IRSC is currently working with people from UN, WHO, Ministry of Road Transport and Highways, various State Govts, Zonal Polices, Supreme Court, AIIMS, IITs, TRIPP and other research centers across the world in its endeavor towards Vision Zero.
people die every hour on Indian Roads
LAKH CRORES costs to India due to road crashes annually
children die every day on Indian roads
of road crash deaths could have been avoided with rapid assisstance
people were killed in road accidents over the past decade
were seriously injured or disabled in the past decade
Shri Venkaiah Naidu, Hon’ble Vice President of India
“ I am happy to know that Indian Road Safety Campaign, Solve has launched iSAFE - The Safer India Challenge 2019 to reduce road traffic injuries.”
Shri Nitin Gadkari, Hon’ble Minister of Road Transport and Highways of India
“ Glad to know that Indian Road Safety Campaign, Solve is working towards road safety awareness all over the India by involving IIT students”.
Shri Pramod Sawant, Hon’ble Chief Minister, Goa
“People's safety on road is one of the most important aspects. I appreciate Indian Road Safety Campaign, Solve for undertaking initiatives aimed at making roads a safe place for all the citizens while commuting.”
Dipak K. Dash, Times of India
"A young dedicated and concerned group who are bringing changes on ground to make roads safer. For the first time came across a group, which is doing more and talking less."
Dr. Sushma Sagar, Trauma Surgeon, AIIMS
"Indian Road Safety Campaign, Solve , an excellent initiative by young students led by IITians for the cause of trauma prevention, is the need of the hour to curb loss of young productive lives on road."
Disclaimer: Indian Road Safety Campaign/Solve Foundation is not associated with MIT Solve in any capacity.