Google has revealed which cities in the country are safest, and it is not all sunny and sunny roads.
In fact, the company has released a new report that has found that the number of pedestrians per 100 people is much lower in some of India’s major cities than other parts of the country.
The new data from the company shows that in urban areas in India, there are approximately 3.3 pedestrians per 1,000 people compared to 2.7 in rural areas.
That means that there are roughly 7,000 fewer people in India than in other parts, according to the company.
This translates to a lower pedestrian mortality rate for pedestrians.
In other words, pedestrians are a much smaller share of the population.
In comparison, the United States, France and Germany have a pedestrian mortality rates of between 10,000 and 20,000 per 100,000 residents, while the United Kingdom has a pedestrian rate of around 10,500.
The report also says that the average distance pedestrians walk is slightly less in urban centers compared to rural areas, which is the opposite of what is generally seen in other countries.
This is because there is more infrastructure, roads and bridges.
This, in turn, means that pedestrians have a lower risk of being struck by vehicles, or even hit by a car.