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Serco Inc. to Deliver Roadside Support for Austin Safety Service Patrol; Dave Dacquino Comments

Dave Dacquino

TYSONS CORNER, VA, Sept. 28, 2017 — Serco Inc. will provide support for a Texas transportation department Safety Service Patrol program in Austin under a potential six-year, $21.3 million contract, ExecutiveBiz reported Sept. 20.

The company said Sept. 20 the TxDOT Austin District contract covers SSP service management across 310 miles of roadway in the city, including the deployment of 24 roadside support vehicles, in efforts to cut incident duration and ensure driver safety.

Dave Dacquino, chairman and CEO at Serco Inc., noted the company aims to build on workforce management for the transportation market segment in support of the TxDOT traffic safety program.

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