Transport for London (TfL) will invest in active travel projects after awarding five new contracts as part of its Surface Transport Infrastructure Construction Framework (STIC).
TfL has awarded contracts to Costain, Eurovia Infrastructure, FM Conway, Tarmac Kier and VolkerFitzpatrick.
STIC will cover construction of future TfL walking and cycling schemes, including new cycleways, over the next six years.
Renewals work on infrastructure that TfL’s road network depends on, including its bridges, road tunnels and river assets, will also benefit from the framework investment.
Phil Skegg, managing director of Eurovia Contracting, said: “We are excited to be supporting TfL on the evolution of STIC – creating a new delivery route with the necessary capacity and resilience to deliver medium to high complexity projects and programmes in the capital.
“Our teams look forward to delivering innovative, sustainable highways infrastructure solutions that make a positive difference for Londoners.”
TfL recently agreed three separate frameworks that will help it to keep people moving on its network of red routes and bus stations from April.
The road maintenance and small projects agreements will cover day-to-day maintenance on TfL’s road network.
Work as part of STIC will continue until March 2027.