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Serco Inc. to Support Traffic Mgmt in Austin, Texas; Dave Dacquino Comments

Dave Dacquino

TYSONS CORNER, VA, Aug. 28, 2017 — Serco‘s North American business will provide management services in support of the Texas transportation department’s Combined Transportation Emergency & Communications Center in Austin under a potential $7 million contract, ExecutiveBiz reported Friday.

The company said Thursday Serco Inc. will oversee freeway operations in Austin to help the TxDOT traffic management center accelerate and coordinate incident and emergency response as well as control roadway congestion.

“Serco provides transportation services around the world and we are proud to have earned this contract with the Texas Department of Transportation,” said Dave Dacquino, chairman and CEO of Serco Inc.

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