Clearview Traffic Group has won a contract from Transport for London (TfL) in the UK for installation and maintenance of automatic traffic monitoring equipment.

Under the contract, the company will install traffic equipment at additional automatic traffic counter (ATC) sites, as well as continue to maintain and repair 200 existing ATC sites in London.

Installation of additional automatic traffic counter (ATC) sites will ensure supply of acceptable traffic count data to TfL. Clearview Traffic Group managing director Nick Lanigan said the project will make London transportation system more efficient, reliable and accessible to all who use it.

Clearview Traffic will be responsible for maintenance of ATC sites which include equipment, ancillary devices and services to collect, transmit and receive data relating to the volume, speed and length of vehicles on London roads.

In addition, the company will also maintain and repair current Automatic Cycle Counter (ACCs) sites and the implementation of additional sites where required.

Automatic Cycle Counters will help TfL monitor the volume of cycle journeys in the capital city as part of the goal of increasing the viability of cycling as an alternative form of transport. Transport for London (TfL) was formed in 2000 as an integrated body of the Greater London Authority, responsible for the transport system in the city.

Clearview Traffic Group last year signed an agreement with Eurosigns (GB) to offer intelligent solutions to communicate issues to the road user through variable message signs (VMS) and other traffic signs, to improve traffic congestion on UK roads.