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Amey and URS Scott Wilson win four year Wales ITS contract

Amey and URS Scott Wilson have won a four-year contract to manage, maintain and improve the Intelligent Transport Systems throughout Wales. This includes all the associated telecommunications and tunnel systems for the entire motorway and trunk road network in Wales.

The contract starts in July and will see Amey and URS/Scott Wilson managing a wide range of motorway technology including telephones, signals, CCTV cameras and the two traffic management centres.

“The use and effective management of motorway technology such as CCTV cameras, signals and telecommunications are becoming an ever increasingly important tool for further improving safety and reducing congestion on our trunk roads,” said transport minister Carl Sargeant.

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