Maruti Suzuki automates its first driving test track in Ayodhya

The Ayodhya ADTT was completed in a record time of 45 days post  the MoA  (Memorandum of Association) signing held in December 2023.

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Maruti Suzuki automates its first driving test track in Ayodhya

Maruti Suzuki India Limited completed its first automated driving test track (ADTT) at Driver Training and Testing Institute (DTTI) in Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh, as part of its CSR initiative. Dayashankar Singh, Minister of State (Independent charge) of Transport, UP inaugurated the Ayodhya ADTT. 

The Ayodhya ADTT was completed in a record time of 45 days post  the MoA  (Memorandum of Association) signing held in December 2023.

Rahul Bharti, Executive Officer, Corporate Affairs, Maruti Suzuki India Limited said, “The most important pillar in road safety is human skill and knowledge of traffic rules. Having 100% computerised testing before driving license is awarded, will ensure that only skilled drivers take the wheel."

"We are thankful to the Government of Uttar Pradesh for giving us this opportunity to automate the driving test track in the holy city of Ayodhya. With the increased influx of visitors in Ayodhya, there will be an increased need for safe last-mile mobility. The automated driving test tracks will ensure only skilled drivers are available in the city.”

He added that the company has also automated DTTIs at Gorakhpur, Mathura, Prayagraj and Varanasi which will be operational soon. 

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