FINAL ADOPTED BUDGET FY2021-22
Departmental Objectives Build and sustain a safety culture.
Focus on the future by providing professional growth opportunities. Document, review, and update key internal and external processes. Engage in collaborative planning. Identify and fund smart city technologies, projects and approaches. Coordinate data collection, sharing and maintenance. Implement the Vision Zero Action Plan. Engage stakeholders to tell our story, educate, and inform. Create holistic multi-modal programs, policies, and plans.
Workload Measures Number of high accident locations studied
2,070 39,960 1,116
Number of streetlights inspected along major travel corridors Number of linear feet of new sidewalk installed
Number of plan reviews conducted
Number of special events requiring Transportation maintenance services
Efficiency Measures Average cost per plan review
Effectiveness Measures Percent of GDOT workorders completed on time Percent of GDOT maintenance completed on schedule
Budget Highlights: The FY 21-22 Adopted Budget is increasing by $373,398, or 3.7%.
The budget includes an increase of two (2) FTEs, a Signals Utility Locator and a Civil Engineer. The budget includes an $89,000 increase in roster funding for Signs and Markings support.
Adopted 2021-22 Budget
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