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TIN news:            UK-based engineering and development consultancy Mott MacDonald has secured a £2.5m Technology Software Systems (TSS) contract TMT054 from Highways England.
 
The new deal will see Mott MacDonald work with sub-contractors Simulation Systems Limited (SSL), following the partnership's successful delivery of the original TMT016 TSS contract.
"We are pleased to continue supporting Highways England in improving and maintaining availability, performance and security requirements for its traffic management systems."
 
Under the Crown Commercial Service's RM869 traffic management technology framework, the TSS contract will continue to provide a range of flexible and specialist support services for Highways England's traffic management system technologies, supporting regional control centres across the country.
 
Mott MacDonald transport technology services director Nabil Abou-Rahme said: "Our appointment on this contract is testament to our flexible resource management approach, utilising our technology expertise, a collaborative approach with SSL and delivering value for money for our clients.
 
"We are pleased to continue supporting Highways England in improving and maintaining availability, performance and security requirements for its traffic management systems."
 
The project reveals Highways England's aim of embracing technology, enhancing safety and exploring greener modes of transport to provide an intelligent network of major roads.
 
According to Highways England, the TSS contract will continue to support them in achieving greater services for its traffic management systems, including an intelligent communications network and remote access services, allowing their suppliers to maintain essential operational equipment.
 
The technology software systems also allows the successful release of site data to regional control centres and supports Highways England in achieving more consistent site data designs for new projects.

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