As a partner to local authorities and transport organisations across the UK and USA, SEA uses its technology, software and systems expertise to provide bespoke solutions to help customers deliver safer and healthier towns and cities.
SEA systems can be deployed and configured for a range of urban traffic management challenges, including Moving Traffic Contraventions such as banned manoeuvres and yellow-box junctions, and existing parking and bus lane contraventions. SEA’s modular and multi-functional systems are also enabling local authorities to deliver sustainable traffic management schemes, such as Low Traffic Neighbourhoods and School Keep Clear Zones. SEA was selected by Bristol City Council to deliver ROADflow Fusion, one of their enforcement systems to support the implementation of its Clean Air Zone, which has been live in the city since November 2022.
Our transport experts are looking forward to discussing the challenges of today’s – and tomorrow’s – complex road and rail environments at Traffic + Parking 2023 this week. Alongside key stakeholders from the world of street and kerbside management in the UK, SEA will use the event to showcase how its solutions can achieve significant changes in driver behaviour and improvements in safety across a variety of complex transport environments. In recent years, SEA has developed bespoke solutions to reduce the number of prohibited vehicles travelling through the Rotherhithe Tunnel for Transport for London and installed systems to improve road safety at level crossings for Network Rail at various locations in the UK.
Alastair Cobb, Intelligent Transport Systems Division Director at SEA, said: “It is an exciting time to be in the transport industry, with new and innovative modes of transport becoming more prominent. Our expertise and intelligent solutions can support local authorities and transport organisations alike to reduce congestion, improve road safety and help make transport more sustainable. Attending events such as Traffic & Parking puts us at the forefront of conversations around the future of transport and mobility.”
SEA is also a selected supplier for the Crown Commercial Service’s (CCS) Transport Technology and Associated Services (TTAS) framework, enabling local authorities and the wider public sector to easily access SEA’s range of intelligent transport solutions to improve road safety and positively change driver behaviour.
To know more, visit SEA at stand A2 at Transport + Parking on the 15 November at the Manchester Conference Centre or get in touch: email@example.com.