SEA secures place on the Crown Commercial Service traffic management technology framework
Published 17th January 2017
Cohort company SEA has been awarded the status of an approved supplier by the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) to provide traffic technology to the public sector.
The Traffic Management Technology Framework (TMT2) agreement comprises some 30 companies who are approved to supply traffic monitoring and enforcement cameras and intelligent transport systems to local authorities and national transport management bodies.
Work valued up to £750m. a year is awarded to framework companies by public sector organizations including Highways England (HE), devolved administrations, local transport authorities, and Transport for London (TfL). Companies are pre-qualified for work and invited to compete via the CCS portal.
SEA’s ROADflow Traffic Enforcement Team has installed its traffic signal junction, traffic monitoring and traffic enforcement cameras most recently in Cardiff, while also being selected by Transport for London (TfL) to further develop and provide ongoing support of its Digital Traffic Enforcement System (DTES) and to develop and support a Parking Enforcement Solution (PES) Mobile Application.
SEA Managing Director Steve Hill commented:
“Our appointment as an approved supplier by the CCS reflects the continued successful development of our ROADflow technology and support services. The effectiveness of ROADflow in improving safety and helping to reduce traffic congestion is making an important contribution to the traffic management agenda of local authorities and other organisations responsible for highways.”