Siemens ITS has secured a place on the new Traffic Management Technology (TMT2) framework agreement to provide public sector customers with access to traffic management solutions.
”The announcement follows a comprehensive and competitive tendering process and is welcome news for the company”, said Matthew Vincent, Sales and Marketing Director. ”Being part of TMT2 provides our customers with an additional and straight-forward procurement route to our Intelligent Traffic Systems portfolio, including traffic control, management, enforcement and electric vehicle charging equipment.”
The new framework developed by the Crown Commercial Service will deliver local, regional and national traffic management technologies through a qualified supply chain ensuring reliability and resilience. TMT2 aims to provide value for the nation through outstanding commercial capability and quality customer service and helps reduce the cost of traditional procurement across government.
TMT2 replaces the Traffic Management Technology framework, which expired on 10 July 2016 and allows direct and standardised procurement of small components through to large complex solutions. The framework has been developed in consultation with major public sector stakeholders such as Transport for London and Highways England, along with representatives from local authorities and traffic management industry trade bodies.