Oct 16th, 2009 by admin
REDFLEX Traffic Systems has been awarded a further contract to install Redflex red-light and speed systems at a total of 25 intersections around Victoria.
According to Redflex, it will supply install and maintain the camera systems under a contract worth around $4.5m and $7m over the next year, depending on options selected by Victoria’s Department of Justice.
Redflex says the contract is the latest in a series of wins in the State of Victoria, the project is part of the State’s program to upgrade existing wet film red light cameras to digital technology in its efforts to continue to improve safety on the roads.
The Redflex systems are designed to be very flexible and can be installed at difficult and complex intersections with a history of safety issues. Redflex Traffic Systems manufactures and supplies traffic cameras and processing systems to world-wide markets.
The company is a market leader in Australia and has either won or is developing significant opportunities in the Middle East, Asia, Africa and Europe. It has contracts with more than 240 US cities, and is the largest provider of digital red light and speed enforcement services in North America.