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Berkshire approves new deal on road safety

13 June 2012

Berkshire authorities have approved an innovative new model to deliver road safety.
The 6 highway authorities have created a new shared service arrangement and
appointed Road Safety Analysis (RSA) as contractor to work with them for the next four years.

'Safer Roads’ draws on years of experience from working in partnership and secures a long term
future for some highly respected projects, but with a completely new framework contract in place providing greater flexibility to vary services and manage costs.

Speaking on the award of the new contract, Richard Owen, Operations Director for RSA
commented, “We are delighted to continue our longstanding work with the authorities in
Berkshire. They have shown significant leadership and creativity in developing the new contract
which gives a long term future to a number of award winning schemes.”

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