Digital Traffic Systems Awarded an ITS Contract in Nevada

Digital Traffic Systems, Inc. (DTS) has been awarded a two (2) year Contract to provide Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) Maintenance and Repair Services to the Nevada Department of Transportation District II.  District II covers northwest Nevada, headquartered in Sparks and including Reno, Carson City and Lake Tahoe.  The general scope of services will cover two areas of specialized work: Technical Operational Support and On-Demand Technical Support.  Technical Operational Support consists of assisting with general preventative and corrective maintenance, updates and enhancements of systems, which includes but is not limited to ITS and lighting or electrical field assets. The On-Demand Technical Support addresses the repair of ITS and lighting or electrical field assets that are damaged by accidents or incidents.

David Newman, DTS Vice President for Program and Technology Development stated that “This marks another important step in the DTS’ nationwide support of ITS systems maintenance and support. We are excited that the state of Nevada has selected DTS to partner with them in proactively maintaining their systems.” 

DTS will provide a qualified staff equipped with vehicles and tools that are capable of performing maintenance of Closed Circuit TV (CCTV) cameras, Dynamic Message Signs (DMS), Highway Advisory Radio (HAR), Flashing beacons, ITS cabinets, Wind Warning Systems, Ramp meters, Flow metering, Hub Buildings, Electrical and Lighting systems, and both fiber optic and wireless Communication systems.

Digital Traffic Systems, Inc.  (“DTS”) is a leading U.S. based provider of smart transportation technology services for intelligent transportation systems (ITS) and traffic data applications. The Company offers a complete range of services from technology evaluation/selection, solutions design, commissioning, and integration, along with the operations, maintenance, and support services needed to maximize the value and utilization of electronic field assets and infrastructure over their full life cycle. These technology and critical data services are delivered on a nationwide basis to state/local governments and transportation-related enterprises.

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