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E-TICKETING HAS ARRIVED IN KANSAS

The Kansas Department of Transportation is moving towards digital ticketing with the goal of connecting all asphalt producers to our e-Ticketing portal by the end of 2021.

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It’s never been easier to get involved.

E-TICKETING HAS ARRIVED IN KANSAS

The Kansas Department of Transportation is moving towards digital ticketing with the goal of connecting all asphalt producers to our e-Ticketing portal by the end of 2021.

Sign me up!

It’s never been easier to get involved.

E-TICKETING HAS ARRIVED IN KANSAS

The Kansas Department of Transportation is moving towards digital ticketing with the goal of connecting all asphalt producers to our e-Ticketing portal by the end of 2021.

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A message from the DOT

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Kansas is excited and committed to standardize e-Ticketing and digital practices statewide. Our goal is to have all DOT projects meet this new digital standard by the end of 2021.”

– Greg Schieber, Director of Project Delivery at Kansas Department of Transportation

What does this mean?

Kansas 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.

We are leading the industry with the introduction of KSDOT Portal to enhance productivity, reduce environmental impacts and become safer across state job sites. KSDOT Portal grants access via desktop and mobile devices and simplifies exchange of material data from construction management systems.

KSDOT Portal will connect in real-time any asphalt, ready-mix or aggregate producer, regardless of ticketing vendor.

What’s in it for me?

It’s Cost-Effective

Eliminate the costly administrative time-suck hunting down every ticket for every load on every project. There is a simpler way.

It’s Easy

Save countless hours searching for paper tickets on delivered loads. e-Ticketing eases the administrative burden for you, your staff, and Kansas Department of Transportation.

It Unlocks the Data

Save time and money by providing e-Ticket data in real-time across your entire supply chain. Giving the right people access to the data they need at the office or out in the field.

It Keeps Your Team Safe

With e-Ticketing, Kansas Department of Transportation inspectors no longer have to step up onto a delivery truck to obtain a physical ticket. This ensure that there is greater transparency and safety across the entire project.

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It has never been easier to begin sending Kansas Department of Transportation your ticket data. Join us today by simply filling out this form and a representative will reach out to get you set up in no time.

It’s that easy!

Still have questions?

Yes.
Kansas Department of Transportation 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.
KSDOT Portal provides API access for producers with existing e-Ticketing solutions, or with internal IT resources.
Nothing.

Kansas Department of Transportation has partnered with HaulHub to provide one software license for every supplier/producer that joins now. If your ticket data is centrally located in one database, KSDOT Portal has everything you need to start sending e-Tickets to Kansas Department of Transportation at no additional cost.*

(*Producer/Supplier assumes all costs associated with modernizing their systems to meet this requirement beyond what is outlined.)

Yes.
KSDOT Portal is the most flexible e-Ticketing portal available and works with all major construction material.
Kansas is moving towards an all-electronic ticketing program for its DOT projects which will eliminate paper tickets associated with Hot Mix Asphalt and will soon include Aggregate and Ready-Mix. Not only will this streamline the DOT’s construction projects, it will allow the state to save money on every ticket, ensure vendors are paid faster, and create a more sustainable solution for the environment.