TAG SEARCH RESULT: Consolidating Fleet

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August 19, 2013

Projected Savings in CNG Will Pay for Spokane's Fleet Facility Construction

The City of Spokane, Wash., is constructing a fleet facility that will consolidate the maintenance and repair of the City’s vehicles. This is currently performed at three separate locations. Conversion of Solid Waste vehicles to run on CNG will help pay for the $12 million project.

April 18, 2012

City of Springfield Assesses Fleet Consolidation Option

SPRINGFIELD, IL - The City of Springfield, Ill., has engaged CST Fleet Services to assess the advantages of fleet consolidation, inclusive of asset management, maintenance, and fuel.

November 9, 2011

Iowa Considers Leasing One-Third of Vehicle Fleet

DES MOINES, IA - The State of Iowa is considering switching to leasing for 1,100 state vehicles. The RFP deadline for both short- and long-term leasing was Nov. 1, and fleet expects to make a decision by March 1, 2012.

August 11, 2011

Honolulu Begins Consolidated Motor Pool Pilot Program

HONOLULU - The City and County of Honolulu is consolidating 44 passenger vehicles from six departments into one motor pool to reduce fleet size, improve utilization, and lower maintenance costs.

August 1, 2011

LaRoche Centralizes Huntington Beach Fleet Operations

HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA – Since Robert LaRoche’s move to the City of Huntington Beach in March, he has consolidated fleet operations, leading to improvements such as fleet rightsizing, fuel use reduction, and regulatory compliance improvement.

October 18, 2010

Houston Approves Fleet Consolidation Plan to Save $21.8M

HOUSTON - On Oct. 13, Houston City Council approved a fleet consolidation plan to achieve $21.8 million in fleet savings. The plan includes the creation of a Fleet Management Department.

October 7, 2010

City of Lansing Seeks New Fleet Facility

LANSING, MI - The City of Lansing city council voted to issue $3.2 million in federal stimulus bonds to create a consolidated garage to manage an approximately 1,150-unit fleet.

July 29, 2010

New York City Aims to Save $71M in Fleet Costs

NEW YORK - A report from the New York City Mayor’s Office of Operations includes recommendations estimated to save $71 million in fleet costs in four years by streamlining city fleet management, centralizing operations, cutting fuel use, and decreasing fleet size, among other measures.

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