Transport Technology & Associated Services

Offers a wide range of transport technologies and services for the aviation, road, rail and maritime sectors.


08/04/2024: Government departments have been instructed to cease deployment of visual surveillance systems onto sensitive sites, where it is produced by companies subject to the National Intelligence Law of the People’s Republic of China.

19/02/2024: We have started the development of the next transport technology agreement.  Further updates and future events are available on the RM6347 webpage.

07/08/2023: This agreement has been extended by 2 years. The expiry date is now 5 October 2025.

01/08/2022: Find out how we helped Bristol City Council meet the legal limits for pollution through a clean air zone procurement.

31/05/2022: You can now watch our on-demand animation video which provides an overview of TTAS and what it can offer.


Provides central government, UK wider public sector and UK Public sector Arm’s length bodies with transport related technology and replaces our current Traffic Management Technology 2 agreement.

We have increased the scope of this agreement over 7 lots to include the following products and services:

  • transport engineering and design services
  • transport signage
  • pedestrian management and control systems
  • intelligent transport systems (such as, geographic, asset and environmental management and monitoring systems)
  • sustainable transport technologies (such as Clean Air Zone and Carbon Net Zero initiatives, environmental monitoring equipment and electric vehicle charging solutions)
  • transport gate systems (hardware and software)
  • cameras including Automated Number Plate Recognition (ANPR), CCTV and speed*

*Note: Government Departments have been instructed to cease deployment of visual surveillance systems onto sensitive sites, where it is produced by companies subject to the National Intelligence Law of the People’s Republic of China. If you have any questions about procurement of visual surveillance systems, please reach out to the transport technology team at

Transport Technology and Associated Services (TTAS) uses the Public Sector Contract (PSC) terms and conditions and also includes a catalogue which you can use to buy low value and low complexity goods and services. For example, cameras and associated services.

The agreement will run for 2 years and may be extended for a further 2 years.

CCS supports public sector deployment of Electric Vehicle (EV) infrastructure through two agreements:

  • Transport Technology and Associated Services (TTAS)
  • Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Solutions (VCIS) dynamic purchasing system (DPS)

Find out the key differences between the two and explore some example procurement scenarios.


  • offers great value to the public sector through strengthening natural competition and value for money
  • Official Journal of the European Union (OJEU) limit value is £2.5 billion
  • standardised call-off contracts for customers to use
  • larger set of transport technology products and services compared to earlier iterations
  • hosts a range of suppliers who are familiar with and are up to date with governments Carbon Net Zero (CNZ) and Clean Air Zones (CAZ) requirements
  • access to 69 market leading suppliers
  • over 28% of suppliers are SMEs

Carbon Reduction

All suppliers for this agreement have committed to comply with the Procurement Policy Note 06/21: 'Taking account of Carbon Reduction Plans in the procurement of major government contracts' as required. If a supplier is required to publish a carbon reduction plan, you can find it on their individual supplier details page.

Products and suppliers

There are 69 suppliers on this agreement

Lot 1: Transport Professional Services


38 suppliers

Lot 2: Transport And Pedestrian Control


38 suppliers

Lot 3: Transport Signage And Lighting


24 suppliers

Lot 4: Transport Data Services


41 suppliers

Lot 5: Sustainable Transport Technologies


37 suppliers

Lot 6: Major Transport Solutions


21 suppliers

Lot 7: Catalogue


69 suppliers

How to buy

Before using this agreement, you should read the customer guidance document.

For more information about what you can buy through this agreement, watch our short video. Once you have downloaded the video you will be able to access a transcript.

Pre-market Engagement

Pre-market engagement is an essential step in any procurement activity and we recommend that you make sure there is enough time in your procurement project to carry it out.  It will help you to decide on the best route to market, refine your needs and will also increase the suppliers’ awareness and interest in your potential procurement.

Further competition

Further competitions can be run on all 7 lots.

You can use your own eSourcing system or you can use our eSourcing tool to run your further competition. If this is your first time using our eSourcing suite, you will need to register for an eSourcing account.

If you have already registered, sign in to your eSourcing account.

Read guidance about the eSourcing tool.

To run a further competition you will need to:

  1. take part in pre-market engagement with suppliers to help you define your needs (optional but recommended)
  2. identify the suppliers that can meet your needs and develop your specification
    • make sure your specification is detailed and includes timescales
  3.  complete your further competition documents, such as:
    • invitation to tender
    • evaluation criteria
    • draft order form
  4. invite all identified suppliers to submit a tender in writing (this could be by email or through your preferred e-Sourcing tool)
  5. set a time limit for the submission of tenders, (take into account the time needed to create and submit tenders and the complexity of your needs)
  6. keep each tender confidential until the time limit set out for the return of tenders has ended
  7. evaluate supplier responses (make sure you evaluate all suppliers equally and fairly)
  8. award your call-off contract by sending the following to the successful supplier:
  9. provide unsuccessful suppliers with written feedback on why their tenders were unsuccessful using the unsuccessful supplier letter
  10. publish your contract on contracts finder for transparency purposes

To help you run your further competition, read our further competition guide.

Direct Award

Direct award is available under lot 7. All the products and services from lots 1 to 5 will be available in the catalogue under lot 7. It is a suitable route to market for relatively straightforward and low value needs, where you will gain no additional benefits from running a further competition. You can find supplier offers in the government eMarketplace

If this is your first time using our Government eMarketplace portal, you will need to sign up to the government eMarketplace.

To direct award under this agreement you should:

  1. clearly define your needs by developing your specification
  2. establish which lots fit your need by reading the agreement specification
  3. contact the suppliers on the relevant lot(s)
  4. establish your award criteria using Framework schedule 7 call-off award procedure
  5. award your contract by signing Framework schedule 6
  6. publish your contract on Contracts Finder

For more details on how to run a direct award, read our direct award guidance. You can also watch our presentation which provides an overview on the Basware customer journey.


  • we bring together customers with similar needs through our aggregation service
  • we use the volume to influence greater commercial benefits for customers
  • we manage the procurement process from start to finish

For more information, email the team.