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  • Cubic Secures $185M London Public Transport Agency Support Extension - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Cubic Secures $185M London Public Transport Agency Support Extension

    Cubic‘s transportation systems business has received a three-year, $185 million contract from London’s public transport agency to continue support services for the Oyster fare  payment and contactless ticketing system. Transport for London extended the work of Cubic Transportation Systems as the agency’s revenue collection service provider through 2025 under the agreement, the company said Thursday. […] More

  • Cubic to Update NYC Transport Fare Payment System Under Potential $573M Contract - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Cubic to Update NYC Transport Fare Payment System Under Potential $573M Contract

    A Cubic subsidiary has received a potential $573.4 million contract from the New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority to build a fare processing system to replace the current MetroCard payment method for subway and bus fares. Cubic Transportation Systems will design, integrate and implement a system for passengers to pay fares as well as create transit accounts to […] More

  • Cubic to Maintain London Tunnel Systems; John Pickworth, Chris Bax Comment - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Cubic to Maintain London Tunnel Systems; John Pickworth, Chris Bax Comment

    Cubic Tranportation Systems has been selected to maintain London’s tunnel infrastructure for Transport for London in collaboration with radio systems provider Simoco EMEA. The team will perform maintenance services on 12 road tunnels and 90 kilometers of road corridors, Cubic said Wednesday. CTS subsidiary Cubic ITMS is scheduled to kick off full service delivery by February 2016. “This […] More

  • Cubic Subsidiary to Maintain, Upgrade London Traffic Signals; John Pickworth Comments - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Cubic Subsidiary to Maintain, Upgrade London Traffic Signals; John Pickworth Comments

    A Cubic Transportation Systems subsidiary will work with Transport for London to maintain and upgrade 1,000 traffic signals, crossings, road signs and overhead gantries in southeast London. Cubic said Thursday that the Cubic (ITMS) subsidiary will maintain “intelligent” traffic signals and manage traffic control systems beginning Oct. 1 under the six-year, $85 million contract. TfL and London officials aim to boost investment in […] More

  • Julian Cracknell: BAE Helps London Transport Agency Launch New Website - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Julian Cracknell: BAE Helps London Transport Agency Launch New Website

    BAE Systems has helped to launch Transport for London’s new website as part of the agency's project to offer more public services through digitized systems and platforms, BAE UK Services Managing Director Julian Cracknell says. Cracknell said Tuesday that the company and TfL aim to help up to millions of people each month plan their journeys through London. […] More

  • Jacobs JV Wins London Roadwork Contract; Bob Duff Comments - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Jacobs JV Wins London Roadwork Contract; Bob Duff Comments

    A joint venture comprising of Jacobs Engineering Group and Eurovia Group has won a contract for an undisclosed amount to perform road improvement work in the U.K. Transport for London selected Ringway Jacobs to design, build and maintain highways in seven North East London boroughs, Jacobs said Tuesday. Jacobs will serve as primary designer and […] More

  • CSC Extends IT Contract with London Transport Agency; Liz Benison Comments - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    CSC Extends IT Contract with London Transport Agency; Liz Benison Comments

    Computer Sciences Corp. has won a $33 million contract extension with London’s transportation agency to provide information technology services., the company announced Tuesday. The Falls Church, Va.-based IT consulting firm said it will continue to provide Transport for London with customer support services at underground stations in the British capital. Liz Benison, president of U.K. […] More

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