iRAD / eDAR project


            Integrated Road Accident Database or iRAD Project is an initiative of the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MoRTH), Government of India and is funded by World Bank, with the objective to improve road safety in the country. The main objective of the project is development of Integrated Road Accident Database (iRAD), to enrich the accident databases from every parts of the country. The project would generate various types of insights by analyzing the collected road accident data across the country through implementation of data analytics technique. The iRAD mobile application will enable police personnel to enter details about a road accident, along with photos and videos, following which a unique ID will be created for the incident. The app will enable the stakeholders such as the Police, Transport, PWD, and NHAI to use their mobile phones to collect accident data of the accident and facilitate timely exchange of information. Subsequently, an engineer from the Public Works Department or the local body will receive an alert on his mobile device. He or she will then visit the accident site, examine it, and feed the required details, such as the road design. Data thus collected will be analysed by a team at IIT-Madras, which will then suggest if corrective measures in road design need to be taken. National Informatics Centre (NIC) has appointed District Roll Out Manager (DRM) in every district for implementation and training of the iRAD app to the stakeholder departments. iRAD project is also known as eDAR (e-Detailed Accident Report). The iRAD project was declared live in Udalguri and all the other Districts of Assam on 20th of June 2022.





Name : Derhachat Daimari.
Office address : National Informatics Centre (NIC), DC Office, Udalguri.
e-mail :
contact no. : 9706105902

Designed and maintained by
Derhachat Daimari, DRM, iRAD project, Udalguri.