Q-Free wins $6.9m West Virginia traffic deal

State-wide advanced traffic management solution continues relationship begun in 2008
UTC / March 29, 2021
By Ben Spencer
Q-Free WVDoH advanced traffic management solution
Q-Free has been working with WVDoH since 2008 (© Disqdr | Dreamstime.com)

Q-Free has won a NOK 60 million ($6.9m) contract from the West Virginia Department of Transportation, Division of Highways, (WVDoH) to deliver an upgraded state-wide advanced traffic management solution (ATMS).

The firm says the eight-year deal allows for opportunities to generate additional revenues from the delivery of new features, functionalities and solutions. 

Håkon Volldal, CEO at Q-Free, says: “We are very pleased to continue our long-term cooperation with WVDoH and feel honoured that WVDoH chose Q-Free to upgrade their statewide ATMS."

"With this contract we secure another important recurring revenue stream for our traffic management unit.”

WVDoH has been using Q-Free’s ATMS since 2008.

Elsewhere in the business, Q-Free formally launched Hi-Trac TMU4X, a multimodal, Weigh in Motion and data collection solution offering automatic vehicle classification along with pedestrian and cyclist data counts.

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