Developed by highway departments for highway departments

Highways, roads and bridges are some of the most expensive and largest assets to maintain, but failures or emergencies can create immediate and far-reaching consequences for your citizens.

The State of New York and WebDPW have partnered together to solve the infrastructure crisis through the Highway Data Project (HDP). With WEBDPW, local highway departments can manage all operational and asset information from a single data system.

Highway Assets and Inventory


Schedule and track all work done on assets using the New York State standard work description codes. Capture labor, materials, contractor costs and equipment usage costs.



Comply with State and Federal Regulations while planning for future needs and meeting regulatory requirements

Manufacturing worker


Create and manage work orders in your own way. Then, assign them to your service team by priority, area, team, specialty or customer.

Road Work


Capture labor, materials, contractor costs and equipment usage costs resulting in better tracking of expenditures for maintenance and capital projects.

Highway Maintenance


Update asset inventory and condition. Standardize descriptions and organizations to allow cross department comparisons of procedures, costs and performance.

Work Orders


See how your organization is doing and become more efficient over time by monitoring your work orders, technicians, purchase orders, inventory and more.

Maintain and keep roadways safe for the public with the right improvements, at the right time.

WebDPW gives highway department leaders a tool that:

  • supports core operational data needs of participating departments
  • is affordable for local highway departments
  • is structured to promote widespread adoption among municipalities
  • utilizes flexible workflows to fit the way municipalities do their work
  • organizes, maintains, and updates assets using “Best Practices”
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Next Steps...

Contact us today to learn more about how you can start building a better tomorrow, today.