In India even today we rely on old siren methods for transportation of Emergency Service Vehicles(ESV) such as the ambulance, Firefighting vehicle, Police vehicles. This system has many drawbacks such as 1) Its range is limited. 2) It is not directionally accurate. 3) Gives short time for the on-road to react tot he situation. All these drawbacks result in loss of life, loss of property and failure of peacekeeping systems. To overcome this drawback I have designed a system in which based on the location of ESV the on-road vehicles will be informed about the approach of the ESV. The system will clearly indicate the present location of the ESV and the path it is going to trace. All this information will be provided to the on-road vehicles well before in time so that they get ample time to react to the situation. The system consists of three components 1) ESV Unit 2) On-road vehicle Unit 3) Central server. Functioning is as follows: At first, when ESV unit is initialized it determines its location using GPS and those coordinates are sent to the central processing unit. Same steps are followed by the On-road vehicle unit. When the coordinates are received by the central server the coordinates are compared and based on the difference between the coordinates the nearby on-road vehicles are determined regarding the approach of ESV. This system will not only help save lives but will also help avoid life harming mishaps.