ATLANTA - Gwinnett County Commission recently passed a measure authorizing $3.1 million for new vehicles in emergency departments.
WHITE CITY, OR - Jackson County, Ore., is auctioning off surplus county vehicles and equipment online until Feb. 23.
SACRAMENTO - The IRS is conducting an 18-month audit regarding tax reporting associated with personal use of California's state-owned or -leased vehicles in 2008.
PHOENIX - County workers were held responsible for about 10 percent of tickets received from 2008 to early this year while driving in a county vehicle, according to the Arizona Republic.
FORT WAYNE, IN - A new review committee will determine if at-fault county employees must attend safety training courses based on the total amount of damage fees.
CHARLESTON, WV - Governor Joe Manchin has introduced a bill to formalize his proposal for the creation of a single, statewide Fleet Management Office to regulate state vehicle use.
LOUISVILLE, KY - Ford Commercial Vehicle Operations will conduct two onsite fleet training programs at the Metropolitan Sewer District of Louisville and Jefferson County facility.
SANTA ROSA, CA - The U.S. Postal Service (USPS) is studying the reduction of fuel consumption through a feasibility study of electric mail trucks.
SACRAMENTO, CA - As of Feb. 12, approximately $11 million is left in the California Hybrid Voucher Incentive Program. All fleets with trucks operating in California are eligible for up to 100 vouchers each, on a first-come, first-served basis.
The Arkadelphia Police Department's new environmentally friendly vehicles have made it the first "green" fleet in the state, according to police officials.
LOUISVILLE, KY - The Metro Council recently introduced a resolution addressing the controversial issue of take-home fees imposed on police officers.
AKRON, OHIO - The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company has been selected as the exclusive developer of fuel-efficient military tires for the Fuel Efficient Ground Vehicle Demonstrator (FED) program.
TALLAHASSEE, FL - Florida Juvenile Justice Secretary Frank Peterman and three high-ranking deputies have surrendered their free take-home cars after a state investigation said the vehicles might violate federal tax rules on unreported income.
CHICAGO - Using a successful Washington, D.C. program as a model, the Cook County Board of Commissioners is banking on an electronic monitoring system to make its management of the county's 2,000-vehicle fleet more efficient.
CHARLESTON, WV - Gov. Joe Manchin requested for a federal disaster declaration Feb. 10 to assist several counties affected by the winter storm.
ARKADELPHIA, AR - The Arkadelphia Police Department's new environmentally friendly vehicles have made it the first "green" fleet in the state, according to police officials.
CLAREMONT, CA - The following video series shows different aspects of the City's fleet maintenance operations.
LIGHTHOUSE POINT, FL - Driver's Alert has been awarded under contract number 052109 to participate in the National Joint Powers Alliance (NJPA), through an addendum agreement with Federal Contracts Corp. (FCC), an awarded vendor to NJPA.
SACRAMENTO, CA - The Assembly Rules Committee voted Feb. 4 to halt the purchase of Toyota vehicles and reinstate its "Buy American" policy.
GARY, IN - The City of Gary has received a $3.1 million federal grant to equip its police department with up to 120 flex-fuel and hybrid vehicles.
CHARLESTON, WV - Kanawha County's entire county vehicle fleet will soon be under the same roof, when the new W. Kent Carper Justice and Public Safety Complex opens this month.
ST. PAUL, MN - According to the American Lung Association of Minnesota, the SmartFleet Committee estimates the 2,500 flexible fuel vehicles used 816,568 gallons of E-85 in 2009, up from 650,036 gallons used in 2008.
FORT WORTH, TX - The Texas Association of Emergency Vehicle Technicians and the Oklahoma Association of Emergency Vehicle Technicians will host the annual Southwest EVT Conference Feb. 28-March 5 in Fort Worth, Texas.
UNIONDALE, NY - With the new additions, Long Island Power Authority expects to save 1,400 gallons of fuel per year and reduce CO2 emissions by 10-15 tons per truck annually.
SACRAMENTO, CA - The Department of General Services (DGS) fleet division is auctioning 50 state vehicles online. The auction will close Feb. 10.
We offer e-newsletters that deliver targeted news and information for the entire fleet industry.
Manage your current e-newsetter preferences
Chevrolet's all-electric vehicle.
Chevrolet's all-electric vehicle.
© 2016 Government Fleet. All Rights Reserved.
Thank you for your feedback.