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Cornwall Council, UK, chooses Exor system to meet TMA compliance

When the latest phase of the UK Traffic Management Act 2004 was introduced last year, highway authorities had to make significant changes to the way they operated to ensure that roads were being managed in line with the new requirements. Cornwall Highways, Maintenance and Construction (CORMAC) has implemented web-based TMA compliant software, supplied by Exor Corporation, to fulfill its Network Management Duties, minimizing road congestion and disruption to vehicles. The software enables CORMAC to comply with new Noticing requirements and ensures better works management and co-operation between traffic authorities and utilities.

The aim of the TMA is to reduce congestion and disruption on the road network, improve journey times and coordinate street works for the benefit of road users. The Exor software is a web-based system that enables councils to meet all of their responsibilities under the Act. It has a suite of spatially enabled applications available over the internet, combined with mobile applications in the field, which provides high capacity, resilient internet connectivity and significant cost savings.

Simon Deacon, highway services manager at CORMAC says, “We realized that in order to implement the new TMA regulations we needed to enhance our IT infrastructure so that the provision of Notices could be automated. The Exor system is delivered via the web which makes remote access and support very simple. It also includes integrated mapping which makes it easier to co-ordinate works and enables spatial queries within the system. Because the system is highly configurable, we are able to use it in a way that suits our specific reporting requirements.”
 

May 20, 2009

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