Transport Scotland has selected Amey for a six-year contract to provide traffic operations and infrastructure services to help the country's trunk road and motorway network run smoothly.
Under the £6m deal, Amey will be responsible for the smooth functioning of the Traffic Scotland Service, operations of the national Traffic Scotland Control Centre and maintenance of the intelligent transport systems.
The company will also integrate all services into one, reducing the internal and external operational interfaces required for the Traffic Scotland Service and improving its efficiency.
Transport Scotland spokesperson said Traffic Scotland plays a central role in ensuring the country keeps on the move by providing real-time traffic and travel information.
"This contract award will see Amey build on the developments that have enhanced Traffic Scotland in recent years and continue to deliver the high level of service our road users have come to expect," the spokesperson added.
Amey will also manage and operate a number of sectors of the Scottish Roads Traffic Datatbase Service and provide journey time information.
Transport Scotland will shift the integrated service to the new purpose-built Traffic Scotland Control Centre, co-located with the FRC Contact and Education Centre at South Queensferry, in 2013.
UK-based Amey is a public services provider managing and supporting the vital infrastructure and public services.