Mumbai-Pune expressway has become a sort of way to death as several people die in road accidents on the expressway. These road accidents have increased particularly due to not following road discipline as well as rash driving. And hence, because of the recent increase in road causalities has promoted, the government of Maharashtra has been considering drones to monitor, identify as well as control vehicles who breaking traffic rules on the e-way. According to the meeting was held between the officials of the Home Department and Maharashtra state road department co-corporation, Deepak Kesarkar, the Minister of State for Home, said that initially, drones would be put on the Pune-Mumbai expressway on a pilot basis. Incidents of road accidents have rapidly increased because of indiscipline & rash driving. He also said that they don’t have control on rash driving due to the long length of the expressway and there is a shortage of police staff for surveillance. Usages of CCTV cameras for controlling vehicular traffic has its intrinsic limitations and thus the idea of using drone has been mooted.