VDoT hands Iteris ITS deal

Three-year contract covers range of services including C/AV programme support
Detection, Monitoring & Machine Vision / April 15, 2022
By Adam Hill
connected and autonomous vehicles data safety roads (© Khairil Junos | Dreamstime.com)
Three-year deal in Virginia is renewable for two one-year extensions (© Khairil Junos | Dreamstime.com)

Virginia Department of Transportation (VDoT) has handed a three-year ITS contract to Iteris which will cover operations, planning and support services.

The deal is renewable for two one-year extensions, and Iteris will provide on-call technical and administrative support in transportation system operations and management (TSO&M) and ITS planning as well as connected and automated vehicle (C/AV) programme support.

The company will also expand mobile applications development and integration for data sharing; provide integrated corridor management development, transportation operational services, traffic analysis and safety - and offer related support services for VDoT on a state-wide basis.

Dr. Moe Zarean, general manager, Mobility Operations Services at Iteris, said the agreement "will ultimately help to increase the value, effectiveness and resilience of the region’s existing transportation infrastructure, while also improving air quality and reducing fuel consumption through improved traffic operations".

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