New traffic management technology agreement goes live

A new agreement for traffic management technology products and services has been launched by the Crown Commercial Service.

Developed in conjunction with Highways England, devolved administrations, local transport authorities and Transport for London, the agreement supports the government’s commitment to sustainability.

The agreement contains 90 suppliers, over 50 per cent of which are small or medium sized enterprises (SMEs). The agreement will provide suppliers with a great opportunity to win new public sector contracts, reflecting the government’s ongoing commitment to being open for business and buying from smaller enterprises wherever they offer best value.

An online catalogue is available for the direct purchase of a range of fixed price products and services and use of the NEC suite of contracts will make transactions simpler and more efficient.

A wide range of traffic management technology products will now be accessible - such as solutions and professional services, including electrical charging points to support a sustainable transport infrastructure, traffic signals, and parking and access control systems.

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