Dynniq UK is the latest company to announce it is part of the latest Crown Commercial Service (CCS) Traffic Management Technology framework having successfully gained places on 13 Lots.
Developed by the Crown Commercial Service (CCS), in conjunction with Highways England, the framework will provide public sector customers with easy access to a wide range of innovative traffic and roadside technology, goods and services.
Gary Littledyke, Business Development Director, Dynniq said: “The TMT2 framework is a great example of how we can work smarter together; recognising the challenges we all face in a time of austerity.”
Dynniq says that, with a presence on Lots 1-3, 5-9 and 11-15, its “wide portfolio of established Intelligent Transport Systems, consultancy and professional services combined with the parking expertise of sister company WPS, means that Dynniq is able to offer a valuable one-stop shop.”
The framework will run until 2020 and is available to all government agencies and departments with an interest in technology for monitoring, connecting and controlling transport within their jurisdiction.