Dartford Crossing: Big Data, Big Payments, Big Contract, as £150M Opportunity Opens Up


The government has started its hunt for a new operator of the “Dart Charge” at the Dartford Crossing in Kent, launching a search for partners to upgrade payments, data services and operations infrastructure in a deal worth up to £150 million.

The contract notice, published today on a European procurement portal, comes as French firm Sanef*, which won the right to operate the crossing in 2013, comes to the end of its £367 million, seven-year contract.

The “second generation free-flow charging service solution” will be contracted through three main packages, each

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