Streamlined processes help recoup higher payments for the agency.
Consolidating data from multiple systems into a streamlined solution, Minnesota Department of Transportation increased reimbursements by 30%-50% and improved efficiency by 65%-75%.
A shattered guardrail, a downed roadway lantern, a smashed retaining wall. These are just some examples of roadway property damage that can occur during a road accident. In most cases, the governing transportation agency has a right to get paid back for infrastructure damages caused by the public. These payments are called “damage restitution”—and they can be difficult to track and capture.