Redflex executes contract with Denver
Redflex Executes contract with the Largest City in Colorado
South Melbourne, Victoria, Australia – Redflex Traffic Systems Inc, a wholly owned subsidiary of Redflex Holdings Limited, is pleased to announce the execution of a new photo enforcement contract with the capital City and County of Denver, Colorado.
City and County of Denver, Colorado
Known as the “mile high city” and located at the foot of the great Rocky Mountains, the City and County of Denver has a population in excess of 500,000 and a greater metropolitan area population in excess of 2.3 million.
This contract was awarded to Redflex as a result of a highly competitive tender process which evaluated vendors on factors including but not limited to technical merit and program management experience.
The initial scope of the program includes automated red-light enforcement at 4 intersections and additional intersections will be added as requested by the city with no maximum.
“We are extremely pleased with our contract award. The City of Denver has formally spent over two years evaluating and assessing the various automated red-light camera technologies and solutions being offered across the marketplace. While several cities in Colorado have maintained these important public safety programs for nearly a decade, such as our partner city Fort Collins, this is the first venture into red-light enforcement for the capital City of Denver. As we have done successfully across other large city and large-scale programs we are looking forward to supporting these initial efforts and feel confident that these efforts will set the foundation for a much more comprehensive public safety program in the future” said Karen Finley, CEO Redflex Traffic Systems.
Redflex Traffic Systems Inc has contracts with more than 196 US cities and is the largest provider of digital red light and speed enforcement services in North America. With photo speed programs in 9 states and photo red light programs across 20 states, Redflex has consistently led the market in contract wins, system installation rates and market share.