Delaware DOT to Streamline Delivery of Statewide Capital Program

May 11, 2023
The new system will help create capital projects, prioritize them, and estimate the cost

The Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT) is aiming to modernize the planning, funding, and execution of Delaware's Capital Transportation Program by partnering with Aurigo Software.

Currently, DelDOT manages more than 1,750 bridges, and 300,000 signs, structures, and other assets. In addition, they provide rail, bus, and paratransit services throughout the state. According to the state's 2021-2026 transportation plan, the next five years are full of projects that will cost over $3 billion.

The new system DelDOT is utilizing will help create capital projects, prioritize them, and estimate the cost. The system will also automate the obligation and reimbursement process for federal funds, integrating with the Federal Highway Administration’s Financial Management Information System (FMIS).

“Considering our significant investment in capital construction projects throughout the state valued at over $600 million annually, DelDOT is pleased to be onboarding Aurigo to help modernize our budget and spend activities around these efforts,” said Todd Reavis, Director of Technology and Innovation, and Lanie Clymer, Director of Finance at DelDOT. “We look forward to utilizing Aurigo’s robust, secure, cloud-hosted solution to meet our growing needs. We find immediate value in this highly configurable platform and believe it will allow us to implement change and scale for the future more efficiently.”

Several other states have modernized their capital program such as Utah, Massachusetts, and Iowa.


Source: Aurigo Software