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Transport Scotland Extends Cubic Traffic Support Services Contract

infrastructureTYSONS CORNER, VA, October 13,  2015 — Scotland’s transportation agency has awarded Cubic (NYSE: CUB) a follow-on contract to provide maintenance and management support to the national trunk road network, ExecutiveBiz reported Monday.

The company said Cubic Transportation Systems has been collaborating with the Toronto-based IBI Group through the years to help modernize Transport Scotland’s traffic management infrastructure.

“The technology supporting the delivery of the Traffic Scotland Service comprises a range of intelligent transport systems, modern computing and communications technologies, ” said Hugh Gillies, network operations lead at Transport Scotland.

“These are used to collect information about the road network to help us manage it efficiently while also providing real-time journey planning information to road users.”

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