Louisiana is revamping traditional paper-based processes for highway construction projects by integrating them into electronic and digital workflows. e-Ticketing provides digital means to produce, transmit, and share materials data to track and verify materials deliveries. This streamlines inspections and improves contract administration processing.
Louisiana is leading the industry with the introduction of the LADOTD Portal to enhance productivity, reduce environmental impacts and become safer across state job sites. The LADOTD Portal grants access via desktop and mobile devices and simplifies the exchange of material data from across the ecosystem of construction management systems.
The LADOTD Portal will connect in real-time any asphalt, ready-mix or aggregate producer, regardless of ticketing vendor.
Access a live feed of digital tickets on loads associated with KYTC projects. View all the ticket data for every load without hunting down paper tickets.
Maximize productivity and minimize delays with one-tap digital signature for proof of delivery. Field crews keep digital records of loads, tickets and routes from plant to jobsite.
e-Ticketing simplifies your reconciliation process. Download daily ticket reports in .csv (“comma separated value”) format for easy import into your ERP system.
Delivery reports provide transparency and accountability to both you and KYTC to ensure all loads are accounted for.
Nothing. The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development has partnered with HaulHub to provide one software license for every supplier/producer. If your ticket data is centrally located in one database, the LADOTD Portal has everything you need to start sending e-Tickets to the Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development at no additional cost.* (*Producer/Supplier assumes all costs associated with modernizing their systems to meet this requirement beyond what is outlined.)
Yes. The LADOTD Portal is the most flexible e-Ticketing portal available and works with all major construction material.
Louisiana is transitioning to an all-electronic ticketing program for its Concrete, Asphalt, and Aggregate projects. This move aims to streamline LADOTD construction projects while delivering several benefits. It will enable the state to save costs, expedite vendor payments, and enhance data accuracy for contractors and inspectors.
Yes. The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development has secured basic IT services from HaulHub to get your operations up and running at no cost to you. This assumes that your ticket data is centrally located in one database. If your plant systems are not consolidated into one central database, you might require additional IT services.* (*Producer/Supplier assumes all costs associated with modernizing their systems to meet this requirement beyond what is outlined.)
No. The LADOTD Portal provides API access for producers with existing e-Ticketing solutions, or with internal IT resources.