THERE has been a call for young drivers to observe traffic rules.
Police director traffic Senior Superintendent Mahesh Mishra said an area of concern for the force was speeding and drivers' attitudes.
He said the age range of victims of road fatalities was from five years to 60 years.
He said majority of drivers involved in those accidents were in the 30 to 40-year-old group.
SSP Mishra called on drivers not to take a chance on life by speeding.
He said the National Traffic Control Centre would help stakeholders improve their service to the community as far as road safety was concerned.
"This is part of our road safety initiatives and road safety program on how best we can have timely information, feedbacks and actions on road safety issues," SSP Mishra said.
"The control centre will assist in monitoring day to day work in traffic, enforcement strategies and how best we control the data and inform the relevant stakeholders," he said.
The road death toll stands at 14, equal to that of the same period last year.