Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada – International Road Dynamics (IRD) today announced the award of a quantity purchase agreement for weigh-in-motion (WIM) and virtual weigh-in-motion (VWIM) systems, service and maintenance from the Indiana Department of Transportation. Under this contract, IRD will be issued task orders to assess, deliver, install, commission, calibrate and maintain WIM and VWIM equipment at numerous locations across the state.
The systems to be provided under this contract will provide high accuracy traffic and load data to the state for planning, roadway design, and enforcement purposes.
The contract is a task-order based agreement and there is no limit on the number of quantity purchase awards (QPAs) to be released. The contract runs from January 1, 2009 through to December 31, 2010 with a maximum value of approximately $2 million.
Mr. Terry Bergan, IRD president and CEO, commented: “IRD continues to benefit from the emphasis on enhancing transportation infrastructure across North America, and we are extremely proud to be to be building on our strong relationship with the state of Indiana, which began in the early 1990s.”
“Their confidence in IRD and our technologies confirms the value that our products and service brings to their transportation systems, and we look forward to many more years of mutual success.”