There has been a huge surge in the number of vehicles in the country since the time it was first introduced. With the rise in living standards of the common people, the number of personal vehicles owned by families has also increased in spite of the fact that India is still a developing country. Thus the overload of vehicles in the country with the progression of time implication of vehicular traffic control becomes a predisposition. In spite of numerous rules that have been imposed the frequency of road accidents does seem to reduce. Keeping this in mind a new 'Delhi Road Safety Policy' has been proposed wherein each accident will be investigated scientifically in an attempt to find out the reason it took place in the first place.