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Below are case studies of TxDOT cost savings. The latest cost savings achievements are available for your review.

Title Description Savings/
Anticipated Savings
Category
Impact
Electronic Submission of Crash Reports Electronic Submission of Crash ReportsA new process to electronically submit Texas peace officers' crash reports helps reduce paperwork.
$1.5 million
Office Operations
Managed Print Services Managed Print ServicesTxDOT is using a managed print services contract to consolidate all printer purchases and service with a single vendor. Optimized managed print services increase energy efficiency, improve service and reduce machine maintenance.
$1.6 million annually
Office Operations
Fuel Pump Gauges Fuel Gauge PumpsA new fuel pump gauge captures fuel use, reducing the need for manual calculations and eliminating the risk of errors.
$3 million annually Fleet
Pricing Rumble Strips Rumble StripsTxDOT partnered with the state Comptroller of Public Accounts to negotiate a lower cost for portable rumble strips used during temporary lane closures.
$250,000 (one-time savings)
Maintenance
Fleet Reduction Fleet ReductionTxDOT plans to shrink the size of its fleet from 16,000 to 10,000 vehicles, improving procurement, and lowering operating and maintenance costs. The agency plans to reinvest the savings in road maintenance.
Estimated $50 million annually
Fleet