GPS / Telematics

Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department Implementing GPS Fleet Tracking

December 14, 2012

LITTLE ROCK, AR – The Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department is working to implement a GPS fleet tracking system for its 2,400 State vehicles. The State manages a wide range of vehicles, including those used in highway maintenance, transportation, administration, construction, and law enforcement.

The department chose Networkfleet’s system and awarded the contract through the National Joint Powers Alliance (NJPA).

“As a public agency, we are looking for ways to improve our efficiency,” said Danny Keene, division head of equipment and procurement, Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department. “Networkfleet will help us evaluate our vehicle usage, identify problems early in our maintenance program and reduce our overall operating costs. Increasing our accountability to the public that we serve is a top priority for the state. Networkfleet’s GPS tracking capability will help us accomplish that.”

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