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Clearview secures place on framework

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Clearview Intelligence has been awarded a place on Crown Commercial Service’s Traffic Management Technology 2 (TMT2) agreement.

The agreement provides public sector organisations, including Highways England, devolved administrations, local transport authorities and Transport for London, with access to a wide range of traffic management technology products, solutions and services, including traffic signals, and parking and access control systems.

Clearview Intelligence have been successfully awarded places under Lots 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 13, 14 & 15, covering the following areas: Traffic Signal Junctions, Controlled Pedestrian Crossings and Ramp Metering, Traffic Monitoring and Traffic Enforcement Cameras, Variable Message Signs, Parking and Access Control Systems, Urban Traffic Management Control and Common Database Systems, Ancillary Roadside Equipment, Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS); all in isolation or as a combination solution.

Use of the NEC3 suite of contracts to access the agreement is anticipated to make transacting simpler and more efficient for all involved parties.

Nick Lanigan, Managing Director of Clearview Intelligence said of the framework “Being on the framework opens up great opportunities to extend existing collaborations and create strong new relationships with key delivery partners and operators. Whether you’re from Highways England, a local authority or a private operator, all road network managers ultimately want the same thing: smarter, safer and more efficient roads. Our portfolio of award winning road marking, sensing and intelligence solutions fits perfectly with this goal as they are proven to reduce congestion, enhance safety and influence driver behaviour, and we look forward very much to replicating this success through projects and schemes offered via the TMT2 framework.”

 
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