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SICE consolidates its leadership in interurban traffic management
SICE has been awarded the contract for the SERVICE FOR THE CONSERVATION AND OPERATION OF ITS FACILITIES on roads controlled from the Eastern Spain Traffic Management Centre in Valencia and the secondary centre in Albacete, dependent on the Spanish Traffic Department.
April 17, 2013 // Valencia (Spain)

The contract has been awarded for a period of two years.

The scope of the contract covers the full Management of ITS facilities and interurban-traffic control in the Eastern Spain region. It also includes the management and operation of the Valencia Management Centre and secondary centre in Albacete.

The contract covers all the following road sections: A-23, A-3, A-30, A-31, A-35, A-7, AP-7, A-70, A-91, CV-10, CV-18, CV-31, CV-310, CV-35, CV-36, CV-40, CV-50, CV-500, CV-5000, CV-510, CV-60, CV-610, CV-734, CV-81, CV-83, CV-91, EL-20, MU-30, MU-602, N-238, N-310, N-322, N-332, N-338, N-340, N-344, N-430, RM-11, RM-12, RM-14, RM-15, RM-19, RM-602, RM-714, V-11, V-21, V-23, V-30 and V-31 in the provinces of Castellón, Valencia, Alicante, Murcia, Albacete and Cuenca.

The size of the project covers a total of approximately 1,025 km of roads.

It involves the management and conservation of an inventory of 2,964 pieces of equipment, divided down as follows: 224 supplies, 147 TV cameras, 1,204 detectors, 212 URSs (universal remote stations), 210 DCSs (data-collection stations), 9 licence-plate readers, 60 weather stations, 24 communications nodes, 5 PCs for reading licence plates, 212 variable-message panels, 98 radars and 559 SOS posts.

The work will last two years, with a total budget on award of €8,453,149.44 + VAT.

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