TfL chiefs hope all London boroughs will eventually use the new framework which will see costs cut by 25% on previous maintenance deals.
The London Highway Alliance Contracts (LoHAC) cover both road maintenance and the design and construction of new schemes.
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TfL and six London boroughs – Kingston Upon Thames, Islington, Brent, Camden, Lambeth and Wandsworth – have already signed up to utilise the new contracts with a further seven boroughs currently seeking approvals.
A TfL source said: “As more borough contracts come up to renewal and TfL funds more major borough road schemes, more contracts are expected to be delivered through the new framework, raising the total value of the contracts to around £2.6bn.”
Dana Skelley, Director of Roads at TfL, said: “These new contracts will allow us to further deliver this work in an efficient manner through joined up working with other London highway authorities, ensuring greater value for money and delivering a better road network for all.”