ITS solutions provider Yunex Traffic has announced a multimillion-dollar, multiyear agreement to provide express lane and bridge tolling facility maintenance services for the Bay Area Toll Authority (BATA).
The contract covers toll infrastructure at the San Francisco Bay area’s seven state-owned bridges including the Bay, Antioch, Richmond, Dumbarton, and San Mateo, as well as express lanes within the Bay Area transportation network.
It also includes the maintenance, repair and inspection of multiple ITS devices as well as supporting equipment including electrical systems, HVAC, generators, stationary and variable message signs, landscaping and more.
As part of the agreement, Yunex Traffic will provide BATA access to a simple-to-use, integrated customer software portal that includes current and historical maintenance status of all the agency’s included assets, from CMS sign controllers to toll booths.
According to Yunex, traffic managers and agency leaders will be able to view data to determine how and where to invest “time, energy and money” in the maintenance of the system.
“BATA is excited about the opportunity to work with Yunex Traffic on this contract,” said Angela Louie, P.E., MSCE principal program coordinator for BATA.
“Updating and maintaining our infrastructure is critical to ensuring high quality, safe roadway operations for our residents.”
The agreement between Yunex Traffic and BATA is scheduled to last for three years with a three-year extension, providing day-to-day maintenance staff throughout the contract’s duration.
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