Marston Holdings, the UK’s leading provider of integrated, technology-enabled transport and enforcement solutions, has announced that it has won a place on Crown Commercial Service’s Transport Technology and Associated Services (TTAS) framework.
The new framework runs through to 31st October 2025 and makes it easier for government and public sector organisations to procure Marston’s full range of design, build and enforce solutions that are currently supporting many of the clean air zones across the UK.
Marston Holdings can now be specified for all seven lots within the framework including:
• Lot 1 – Transport Professional Services
• Lot 2 – Transport and Pedestrian Control
• Lot 3 – Transport Signage and Lighting
• Lot 4 – Transport Data Services
• Lot 5 – Sustainable Transport Technologies
• Lot 6 – Major Transport Solutions
• Lot 7 – Catalogue
With services and technology in all the above lots, Marston Holdings will enable local authorities to make tangible progress towards their net zero pledges by enabling the design and delivery of pollution and emission reduction schemes of every scale. This includes planning through its award winning transport consultancy Project Centre through to effective enforcement using Videalert’s CCTV technology which includes fixed, mobile and hosted solutions that are quick to deploy and deliver a rapid return on investment.
The TTAS framework will provide local authorities with the professional support and technology needed to design, build and enforce environmental schemes such as clean air zones, low emission zones and moving traffic contraventions as the remaining elements of Part 6 of the Road Traffic Act 2004 are enacted over the coming months.
“With a long track record of successfully working in partnership with the public sector, we are delighted to have won a place on this important framework,” commented Marston Holdings. “Being awarded a place in every lot confirms our ability to provide complete, sustainable solutions of the highest quality across the end-to-end transport sector.”
Crown Commercial Service supports the public sector to achieve maximum commercial value when procuring common goods and services. In 2020/21 it helped the public sector to achieve commercial benefits equal to £2.04 billion – supporting world-class public services that offer best value for taxpayers.