The key measure that is used to assess the performance of the emergency vehicle is known as the A8 target. When the survey was conducted during July 2014 and July 2011, it was seen that there was a steady decrease in the amount of category A calls receiving a response within eight minutes (69% in July 2014 versus 77% in July 2011). The A8 target was breached for one time in 2011 and in 2012 it was three times, but in 2013 it was six times and In this year six out of seven months so far. There was a diminishing in the execution of the Emergency vehicle from March 2014 to December 2014, albeit a portion of the change around this period was driven by London Ambulance Service (see the underneath outline ‘How has the extent of classification A (red 1 and 2) calls went to inside 8 minutes differed by authorizing region?’). Consequent to this, there was some change, however, this number fell again from May 2015. The national focus on achieving 75% of Category A calls inside eight minutes has not been met for 32 successive months. • Red 1 calls: These calls are the most time critical and cover severe conditions such as cardiac arrest patients who are not breathing and do not have a pulse. • Red 2 calls: These calls are serious but less critical and cover conditions such as stroke and fits. According to the survey results of the past eighteen months, it is clear that there is a steady decrease in the performance of the emergency vehicle. So far, the worst performance recorded was in July 2014 and things will get even worse in winter if the pattern of previous years is followed. There has been a diminishing behavior in the execution of Emergency vehicle across the country, with just a single trust meeting the A8 focus in July of this current year, the most recent month for which information is accessible. It is seen that in East of England the decline in the execution of emergency vehicle is most prominent, who has reliably attempted to meet the objective, and London Ambulance Service, which have attempted to meet the objective in a previous couple of months. The increased Death rate in India due to the traffic jam. As indicated by EMRI, the average response time has run up with an emergency vehicle taking 40 minutes to surge a patient to a hospital due to increased traffic density Booming sirens, baffled suggestions to take action, exchange of expletives and tension have come to characterize emergency vehicle development on the city’s disorderly streets which crisis responders say have turned unforgiving throughout the years. As indicated by the general-private emergency vehicle administrator – Emergency Management and Research Institute (EMRI), which works 45 ambulances in GHMC limits, the average reaction (time taken to reach a patient and time taken to transfer him/her to a doctor’s facility) has increased throughout the years because of increased traffic density. The average time inside as far as possible is around 40 minutes, up by 10 minutes from five years back. Emergency medics say a postponement of a quarter hour may not appear to be much to commute in the city but rather turns into an immeasurably significant issue for a patient. No less than twelve individuals, particularly those harmed in street mishaps, lost their lives in most recent a half year in the city, while in transit to hospitals. Patients died while in transit as they couldn’t achieve the hospital on time due to heavy traffic resulting in the ambulances got stuck in traffic jams. “Like the golden hour amid a crisis, minutes are platinum after a road accident. Much of the time, restorative consideration or medical aid is promptly justified. In any case, in any Indian city, it is troublesome for a rescue vehicle to reach the patient and then bring him/her to the clinic. On the off chance that we can even shave off five minutes from the time it takes a rescue vehicle to operate, it would have a major effect,” said Imron Subhan, Head of Crisis Office at Apollo Wellbeing City. EMRI demonstrates that Begumpet, Ameerpet, Balangar, S.R. Nagar, Mehdipatnam, and Dilsukhnagar are the most troublesome zones of the city to explore. The response time shifts as the day progressed, however amid crest hours, the normal is regularly surpassed. Contrast this with the time it takes for organ transport when the traffic police give a green channel to an emergency vehicle from Begumpet air terminal (when organs touch base in sanctioned flights) or from Shamshabad airplane terminal (when organs land on household flights). An emergency vehicle can achieve any hospital inside the city from Begumpet in under 15 minutes, while it doesn’t take longer than 40 minutes from Shamshabad, pretty much as long as the average response time in the city. Also, it isn’t simply enormous metros like Hyderabad where traffic influences emergency response. B. Hemant Kumar, EMRI’s regional head for Andra Pradesh, calls attention to that Tirupati city additionally observes ambulances creep through car influxes amid crest hours, because of narrow streets. Mr. Kumar, in any case, is more worried about railroad intersections. He portrays an episode from a week ago when a rescue vehicle was stuck at Sitanagaram railroad door in Vizianagaram area for two hours. “A technical issue at the door left the emergency vehicle helpless. The patient survived, however it’s a developing issue that must be tended to,” he said while including that traffic jams in Visakhapatnam also delay ambulances. An increment in Hyderabad city’s traffic density notwithstanding, the biggest emergency vehicle administrator in Andra Pradesh and Telangana claims a high operational effectiveness. “We can send an emergency vehicle to 99 percent of our callers, counterbalancing some of the burden forced because of increased traffic. This will additionally enhance when the government gives extra ambulances in January one year from now,” said EMRI Head Working Officer P. Brahmanand Rao. He also expresses optimism that nationals today clear a path for ambulances on swarmed streets. The ‘Sanjeevni 108’ emergency vehicle benefit began by the center to give quick help to patients in emergency and those harmed in street setbacks, face this significant issue of traffic jams which regularly puts patient’s life at hazard in the city. According to the ‘Golden Hour’ theory, a patient of street disaster must be conveyed to a hospital within 60 minutes, which expands odds of survival. The ‘Golden Hour’ theory has been confined by WHO (World Health Organization), which is followed throughout the world. According to the said theory, if a patient of the street incident or a heart patient is hurried to a doctor’s facility inside 60 minutes, his odds of survival go up by 70 to 80 percent. As indicated by certainties, amid the most recent a half year 1200 people of the region have been conveyed to hospitals in ‘Sanjeevni 108’ ambulances, out of which 12 have died in the ambulance when the ambulance was stuck in a traffic jam. Aside from patients of street setbacks, heart patients are likewise should have been raced to hospitals in time. However, because of traffic jams and individuals not trying to give way to Ambulances, numerous such patients additionally have lost their lives before arriving at the hospital. In Bilaspur the streets which normally have traffic jams and where ambulances stall out incorporate the stretch from Nehru square to Guru Nanak square, Tarbahar square to Satyam square, from Agrasen square to old transport stand square, from Shiv talkies square to Gandhi square and from Mangla square to Nehru square. As per a driver of a ‘Sanjeevni 108’ emergency vehicle if an emergency vehicle gets a free path it can cover the distance of 25 km inside 15 to 20 minutes however because of traffic it generally takes over 60 minutes. As indicated by Manish Singh, district in-charge of ‘Sanjeevni 108’, Sanjeeevni has spared lives of 9594 patients amid the most recent a half year. In the event that the city traffic is streamlined and individuals turn into somewhat more mindful of traffic and path sense, it would reduce deaths due to delay in a patient reaching a hospital by as much as 95 percent. IV. Preliminary studies: 1. An Application for Public Saftey with GPS-Enabled Smartphones and the Android Operating System (OS). While the Apple iPhone without any assistance reclassified the expression “cell phone” amid its initial two years of discharge, Google’s Android stage for cell phones has immediately formed into a genuine open source elective. We investigated the Android Operating System (OS) and programming improvement condition and assessed a few of its abilities by developing a working application. This application gathered speed and area data from the Global Positioning System (GPS) beneficiary, utilized the Google Maps Application Programming Interface (API) to decide the area of adjacent schools, and sounded an alert if a man rolled over as far as possible in a school zone. The stage demonstrated equipped for supporting a merging of various administrations, and we accept such cell phones have wide pertinence to open security issues. 2. Priority-based and secured traffic management system for the emergency vehicle using IoT. Intelligent Traffic System (ITS) is a standout amongst the latest research subjects on the Internet of Things (IoT). The consistently expanding number of vehicles in current urban communities is making the substantial traffic jam. To lessen the traffic congestion various research have been done to give a clear pathway to the emergency vehicles in the urban territory. Nonetheless, they frequently neglect to meet the objective travel time of an emergency vehicle set by the Department of Treasury and Finances Budget and Financial Management Guidance (BFMG). To address this issue specifically, a creative ITS system considering the needs of emergency vehicles based on the kind of incident and a technique for identifying and reacting to the hacking of traffic signals have been proposed in this paper. An experiment was conducted using simulation software called Simulation of Urban Mobility (SUMO). The simulation results come about have shown the better execution of our proposed framework for the present operational and recently proposed ITS for emergency vehicles, as far as both congestion avoidance and travel time. The response time accomplished by our plan meets the objective set by BFMG for both ordinary and hacked activity signals. 3. VANET(Vehicular ad-hoc networks) Based Vehicle Tracking subsystem for Efficient and safe Road Transportation System. VANET incorporate vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-framework correspondence. This paper depicts a project for implementing the major utility of VANETs. In this, a novel smartphone incorporates a traffic signal priority control method alongside a driving safety application with an end goal to clear the way for emergency vehicles is displayed. The framework comprises of an On-Board Unit (OBU), an Android application titled SMaRTDRIVE (Systematic Management of Road Traffic through Data Retrieval in VANET Environment), a server and Road Side Units (RSUs). The OBU is set inside the vehicle. RSU is to be put on the street convergences. The server constitutes a hosted database and a web application. 4. Comparative Study of Simulation for Vehicular Ad-hoc Network(VANET). In here, we have talked about the number of automobiles that have been expanded out and about in a previous couple of years. Because of a high density of vehicles, the potential dangers and street mischance is expanding. Wireless technology is planning to prepare innovation in vehicles to diminish these elements by sending messages to each other. The vehicular safety application ought to be altogether tried before it is sent in a real world to use. Simulator tool has been favored over open air try since it is straightforward, simple and shabby. VANET requires that a network simulator and traffic ought to be utilized together to play out this test. Many tools exist mainly for this reason, however, the majority of them have the same issue examine its impact on wireless or remote communication, however, to carry out this activity a good simulator is also needed. 5. Evaluation of the limitations of emergency vehicle sirens and Development of a Public Safety Awareness video. There is over-dependence on the emergency vehicle sirens to alert the drivers of different vehicles to the nearness of the emergency vehicle. Thus, crashes happen each day with grievous results. This can be avoided or minimizes with proper emergency vehicle operator training. At present, Emergency vehicle operator training can comprise of an instructional training program in a classroom setting combined with an in the driver’s seat session to show vehicle flow. A commonality of these training programs focus on how to physically operate the emergency vehicle, however, they do not address the general motorists knowledge or ability to determine the presence of the emergency vehicle. 6. OBD-II Devices and Android-based Smartphones are used for Providing Accident Detection in Vehicular Networks. The expanding activity in the Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) region faces a solid impediment: the moderate pace at which the car business is making automobiles “smarter”. Despite what might be expected, the cell phone industry is progressing rapidly. Existing cell phones are enriched with various wireless interfaces and high computational power, being able to perform a wide variety of tasks. By joining cell phones with existing vehicles through a proper interface we can move nearer to the smart vehicle worldview, offering the client new functionalities and services when driving. In this paper we propose an Android-based application that monitors the vehicle through an On-Board Diagnostics (OBD-II) interface, having the capacity to recognize mischances. Our proposed application assesses the G-force experienced by the travelers in the event of a frontal crash, which is utilized together with airbag triggers to identify mischances. The application responds to positive detection by sending insights about the mischance through either email or SMS to pre-characterized goals, immediately followed by an automatic phone call to the emergency services. Exploratory outcomes utilizing a genuine vehicle demonstrate that the application can respond to mishap occasions in less than 3 seconds, a low time, approving the practicality of cell phone construct answers for enhancing security with respect to the street. 7. SMaRTCaR: An Integrated Smartphone-based Platform to Support Traffic Management Applications. A huge research exertion is recently going toward interfacing cars with cell phones to offer esteem added services to driver and travelers. Such an intrigue is roused by the substantial prominence of cell phones and by the perception that vehicles can go about as compelling gatherers of data from the surrounding condition. In reality, modern cars are supplied with a few sensors forming an in-vehicle arrange, which gives kinematics data, car diagnostic services, and so forth. cars can be further furnished with outer detecting gadgets to screen particular physical parameters, for example, contamination, moistness, temperature, and so on. On the off chance that legitimately gathered and conveyed, such information can add to influence the street to transport greener, more intelligent, and more secure. With the reason for supporting and enhancing information gathering and circulation, in this paper a cell phone based stage is planned that endeavors minimal effort devoted equipment to cooperate with sensors on board and in the vehicle environment. Recovered information are grouped and after that entrepreneurially transmitted by means of the most helpful remote interface to the particular remote control and checking focus. A model is additionally created to survey the mechanical practicality of our considered stage.