New average speed control safety partnership launched

Highways company Highway Care and mobility and enforcement company Neology are launching a new partnership to use Temporary Average Speed at Roadworks (TASCAR) solutions, based on Neology’s Home Office Type Approved (HOTA) Average Speed Solution.

They say the solution, already established on the UK Highways England Network, as well as approved for use internationally, provides proven benefits to the road safety of roadworkers on the network, as well as smoothing the flow of traffic through often long, and congested areas of the network whilst speed restrictions are in place.

Highway Care and Neology will provide a turn-key offering for contractors working on the Strategic Road Network and Local Road Network, by providing innovation services, including not only Average Speed Enforcement technology, but also through the partnerships’ joint capabilities the following can be provided with barriers, operations and roadside technology.

Andrew MacCuish Operations Director at Highway Care said the partnership, “provides customers with increased value through greater collaboration, capability and increased flexibility, across the UK highway network,” while Luke Normington, Managing Director of Neology added that they will help the delivery of major infrastructure improvements to the network.”


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