Traffic Technologies (TTI) is pleased to announce that it has been awarded the contract to supply, manufacture and install all road and overhead signs inclusive of erection of gantry and cantilever structures to the Clem Jones Tunnel (CLEM7) in Brisbane, Queensland including traffic management for all the surface works across the project.
The CLEM7 is 6.8 km-long and includes dual twin lane tunnels, approximately 4.8 km long, with connecting ramps to and from the Inner City Bypass and Lutwyche Road in the north and the Pacific Motorway and Ipswich Road in the south. The CLEM7 is Brisbane’s first major road tunnel and is scheduled to be completed in 2010, it will link to five existing major motorways and arterial roads on the north and south sides of the Brisbane River, which together carry 400,000 vehicles every day. The Company estimates that the project will generate additional revenue of approximately $1.6 million for the Group’s traffic hire, traffic management and signage divisions in the current financial year.
“The CLEM7 represents another major contract win for the Group and brings together the Company’s products and services divisions providing a complete solution to our client,” said Managing Director, Mr. Con Liosatos.
Traffic Technologies is Australia’s premier total traffic solutions company, providing solutions ranging from the latest LED traffic lights to nationwide traffic management services, signage, equipment hire and affiliated services.