His comments come within days of former Rural Development Minister Gopinath Munde's death in a road accident in the national capital.
The new Bill is likely to include measures such as installing CCTV cameras at all traffic signals, redesigning of heavy vehicles and centralising data to check misuse of driving licences.
"In a month's time we will re-draft the Motor Vehicle Amendment Bill in sync with six advanced nations - USA, Canada, Singapore, Japan, Germany and the UK, and thereafter will introduce it in Parliament," Gadkari said.
The UK has already consented to cooperate in this area and "I will be meeting the UK High Commissioner in a day or two in this regard", he said.
Stressing upon the need to overhaul the entire traffic network through advanced IT systems, Gadkari told reporters that the previous Bill was mainly focused on "man-made implementation" which "I think is not practical" in present times.
The draft-Bill will be placed before the National Road Safety Council in a month where Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be invited, he said, adding that stakeholders' suggestions would be incorporated in the Bill.
The existing Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Bill, which had been introduced and passed in the Rajya Sabha in May 2012, proposes hefty penalty for traffic rule violations and drunken driving.
Earlier in the day Gadkari chaired a high-level meeting with the ministry officials, Delhi Police and officials of other departments in the wake of Munde's death on June 3.
Gadkari said that once the new laws are implemented, they will drastically reduce the number of road deaths - 1.38 lakh per annum.
India reported 4.9 lakh road accidents in 2013 with a death toll of 1.38 lakh. As many as 5.09 lakh persons were injured in road accidents during the year.


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