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Transportation and Public Works

Most frequently found within departments of transportation, state public works agencies plan, build and/or maintain the state's infrastructure, including highways and roads, toll roads, bridges, waterways, and harbors. In some cases, these departments also have responsibility for highway patrol, and regulate rail and air travel. Some support or operate public transit systems, and may also operate programs such as commuter ride-sharing or "Adopt-a-Highway."

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Unlike many other state departments, transportation agencies generally operate their own procurement functions. Thus, contractors may find information on doing business with the department, lists of contracts available for bidding, and lists of authorized contractors.

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