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TfL awards £1bn road maintenance contracts

Three contractors have been awarded bonanza road maintenance contracts in London that could be worth £1bn over 10 years.
Transport for London (TfL) has awarded the contracts to Amey Infrastructure for north London, Accord MP for south London and Ringway Jacobs for central London.Under a reworking of network maintenance in London TfL will work with the contractors directly, as opposed to appointing consultants to steward the contracts.TfL's director of road network management Chris Connor said: 'These new contracts will see TfL taking a much more hands-on approach to managing contracting works taking place for us on the Transport for London Road Network.'The contractors we have selected put forward the best and most economically advantageous tenders based on the quality of service provision, risk mitigation and price.'

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