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The first half of the month has been a roller coaster of conditions on the roads of India and the world has been glued to social media for the news that India has surpassed its daily COVID-19 death toll to 5,000.
Indias road conditions have been a big topic on social media with many people concerned over the situation.
In this article we will look at the main road conditions that affected people in India and how the government has been managing to manage the situation to date.
The major road condition in the country is the Chittoor Highway, which is one of the major roads that connect the three main Indian cities of New Delhi, Mumbai and Hyderabad.
It has been the busiest highway in the world.
The average daily traffic on this highway is around 1,300 vehicles per day.
The main road has two lanes for traffic and one lane for vehicles.
The second lane for trucks is closed during monsoon and is the main traffic corridor between the cities.
The road has about 25 km of open space and around 100km of narrow lanes.
It has three lanes for cars and one for trucks.
The Chittore-Kalyanagiri road in Gujarat is the second most congested road in India, with about 20,000 vehicles daily.
It is the only road in the state where traffic is restricted to just one lane.
The National Highway 1, in Bihar, has about 50,000 people per day travelling on it, and the Narmada-Bhubaneswar highway has about 20.000 vehicles per weekday.
The Kolkata-Mumbai road has been operating at about 35,000 cars per day since it was opened in September, 2016.
The road has four lanes for vehicles and one narrow lane for people.
The national highway 5, which connects the Indian states of Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Haryana, Punjab and Haryazadevi, is the most congesting road in Indian history with about 5,400 vehicles per hour.
There are no official figures available for the road’s total number of cars, but it is estimated that there are about 1.5 million vehicles in the road.
The state highways in Punjab, Gujarat, Rajasthan and Tamil Nadu have also been very congested in recent years.
The toll of road deaths and injuries has been reported to be more than 4,000 per day and the total number has reached about 14 lakh.
The Chitrakoot-Kumari road is the busiest in India with more than 30,000 drivers daily.
Kerala is the state with the most traffic in terms of cars per capita.
The state has a total of more than 5 lakh vehicles per annum and there are around 15,000 daily vehicles on the state highways.
The Haryanvi-Sikkim highway has a population of about 11 lakh people, and there is a traffic jam on the highway every day.
This highway is one the busiest highways in the whole country.
It connects Uttar Pradesh with Tamil Nadu and is one major artery for the Indian capital.
There are a total 3,000 trucks per day on the road, and an average of 200 vehicles per person.
The Bhuj, Bikaner, Durg, Indira, Agra, Bhopal, Agrawal, Chandigarh and Nagpur highways are the busiest roads in the entire country.
The number of vehicles on these highways is about 10 lakh daily and are mostly used for construction work.
The number of road casualties has also been reported at around 1.1 lakh.
The Delhi-Maharashtra state highway has more than 3,400 trucks per hour, and a daily toll of almost 1,000 passengers.
The Nagpur-Gandhinagar road has the second-highest traffic on the country with around 1 lakh vehicles daily, and has about 100,000 to 150,000 pedestrians daily.
There are also more than 1.4 lakh trucks per year on this road.
Sikkims state highways have about 100 vehicles daily on the Delhi-Gundhampur-Haryana-Nagpur route.
There is a toll of about 1,200 passengers per day at these highways.
Kerala, which has a large number of Indian students studying in Kerala, has a high number of students and their families living in the State.
There have been several reports of deaths due to COVID among these students and families.
In addition to the major road conditions reported by NDTV, there were also several other roads that affected the lives of people in the affected areas.
India is known for its weather and weather conditions.
During monsoon, the weather is often wet and sunny.
During the monsoon season, the roads are often very busy with vehicles heading for and from various areas.
Roads in some parts of the country are also flooded, especially during monsoons.In