Drivers have to wait in traffic, and passengers must wait in taxis, for their cars to be picked up.

As of November, most of the world’s most congested highways have no designated lane for patients.

In India, there are no designated lanes for patients, and drivers can charge patients more for taking them to hospital.

But even if we could get the companies to make a lane for patient transport, it will still be a tough road.

Transportation companies have been working for decades to improve mobility in India.

But when the country has the worst traffic, how can it expect to get the most patients on its roads?

A key problem is the lack of proper infrastructure, said Sudhir Kumar, a senior research fellow at the University of Delhi’s Institute of Public Policy.

He is also the co-founder of the Global Health Policy Network (GHPN).

India has a massive public transport network, and in the country, most public transport is made by private companies.

But in the past, these companies have relied on a few municipal transport companies to provide their services.

Now, the private sector is facing the challenge of ensuring proper infrastructure and ensuring patient safety.

According to a 2014 study by the National Sample Survey Organisation (NSSO), there are over 1.6 million people registered with private health insurance companies, with almost 1.3 million in rural areas.

That means that more than a third of India’s population are dependent on these companies for transport.

The lack of infrastructure also affects the quality of care.

India has a chronic shortage of doctors and nurses.

The government is trying to increase the number of doctors, but there is no money to do so.

According to a 2013 report by the India Hospital and Healthcare Confederation (IHHC), India has one of the highest healthcare inequities in the world.

India has one medical school for every 3,000 people, but it has just 13 medical schools for every 100,000, according to the World Health Organization.

According, in India, one in three people who need a medical treatment die waiting for it.

According of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), there were about 6,000 hospitalizations per day in India in 2015, which is three times the national average of 1.4.

India also has a severe shortage of physicians, nurses and other medical personnel.

The Ministry of Health in 2016 said that India’s medical workforce was expected to be at its lowest level in 30 years by 2022.

According the IHHC report, India had a population of just 4.7 million people, and of these, 1.8 million were employed in health.

A recent report by IHSC shows that only 4.6% of the country’s doctors are in the state of Madhya Pradesh, the countrys largest state, where there are only 13 medical colleges.

India is also one of just a few countries in the region where only 10% of doctors are from the region.

In contrast, India has some of the best healthcare systems in the World, with a population density of more than 1.5 people per square kilometre.

According the UNODC, India is among the best countries in terms of healthcare access and health outcomes.

India currently has only a few hospitals in all of its states, and the government is investing heavily in these.

But as more people become dependent on private transport companies, it could get even worse.

“India is a poor country, with one of most expensive transport systems in South Asia, and a lot of the infrastructure in the public transport system is in poor condition,” Kumar said.

“It’s time to improve the infrastructure.”