Scotland’s leading traffic management company
For 30 years, Class One Traffic Management has been keeping Scotland’s road workers and road users safe by providing professional traffic management services. We work with clients in Highways, Local Authorities, Utilities, Rail and Events to ensure their workers can carry out their duties in a safe work zone.
By working in partnership with our clients, we delve into their needs to understand the challenges and problems they face and we create tailored and detailed plans which enhance their works. We become an extension of their operational teams and deliver a service that reflects their standards and expectations.
Our success is built on the quality of the services we deliver. Clients return to us time and again for their traffic management services and we have many long-term partners.
We have grown our capacity and capabilities over the year and have secured a number of national accounts including the roll-out of BT’s R100 Broadband programme.
In 2020, Class One was acquired by the Chevron Group who own Chevron Traffic Management. We have been working with Chevron TM to expand our services and support works across the UK. We have also built a partnership with digital traffic management specialists HRS to bring digital products to Scotland and revolutionise the face of traffic management.
Investment in our People
We have some of the best traffic management operatives in Scotland. Their experience, commitment and professionalism are second to none and they continually deliver over and above our demands and our clients’ expectations. To ensure our employees continue to grow and develop we have a purpose-built training facilities at our premises in Bonnybridge. This centre of excellence is Lantra-approved for sector scheme training programmes and courses.
You will be working with some of the best traffic management operatives in Scotland. Their experience, commitment and professionalism are second to none and they continually deliver over and above our demands and our clients’ expectations.