Government Fleet News

Mid-Atlantic States' Unique Plan to Replace Dirtiest Trucks

COLLEGE PARK, MD - Four Mid-Atlantic States are teaming up to offer one of the nation's most generous programs aimed at replacing old, highly polluting trucks.

Chicago to End Shared Cost Lease Program, Turning to Pool Vehicles

CHICAGO - With Chicago ending its shared cost lease program, the City is turning to private car sharing programs and use pool vehicles for City employees.

Cape Coral Audit Shows Fuel Management Improvements

CAPE CORAL, FL - Despite a number of issues with software and fuel-related data, the audit showed the City improved fuel management during the last six months.

Coshocton Council Member Questions Vehicle Purchase

COSHOCTON, OH - The City recently purchased vehicles for the utility and fire departments through the State bid pricing program.

Arkansas Lawsuit Over Use of State Vehicles Dismissed…For Now

LITTLE ROCK, AR – In Arkansas, a group of taxpayers the lawsuit over State officials’ personal use of State-owned vehicles was dismissed by a Pulaski County circuit judge.

Gaithersburg Resumes Biodiesel Program

GAITHERSBURG, MD - Gaithersburg officials hope to restart the City's biodiesel program now that it believes it has overcome problems with biodiesel fuel tanks.

IEA Members to Release 60M Barrels of Oil to Address Shortfall

PARIS - The IEA said its governing board will review the effect of this release of oil reserves on the market 30 days from the date of its announcement (June 23).

Pratt City Commission Seeks Bids for Patrol Car Cameras

PRATT, KS - Money for the in-vehicle video systems would come from the City’s drug forfeiture funds.

Albion Implements Anti-Idling Policy to Cut Fuel Costs

ALBION, MI - The policy mandates that drivers of City vehicles stopped for more than 60 seconds must not idle, except in certain circumstances.

St. George Budget Boost Allows City to Replace Vehicles

ST GEORGE, UT – For the first time in three years, the City of St. George has adopted a budget, for 2011-2012, that allows the fleet to replace a number of vehicles.

inthinc Receives GSA Contract for Fleet Management Solutions

SALT LAKE CITY - Effective July 1, 2011, the new relationship grants state and federal agencies access to purchase inthinc fleet management solutions.

Raleigh Plan Proposes New Facility With Space for Fleet Services

RALEIGH, NC - The City of Raleigh’s proposed 2012 capital improvement program includes a remote operations center that would have space for the City’s Vehicle Fleet Services division.

In Memoriam – Graham Frazier, 1967 - 2011

WINFIELD, KS – Graham Frazier, the operational fleet services coordinator for the City of Winfield, Kan., passed away on June 14 after a seven-month battle with cancer.

Contra Costa County Updates Patrol Car Look

MARTINEZ, CA – The Contra Costa County Sheriff’s department plans to update its new vehicles to black and white and add new decals.

Sparks to Outsource Street Sweeping

SPARKS, NV – The City Council in Sparks voted to outsource street sweeping services to a company called Contract Street Sweeping Services.

California DGS Fleet Facility Closures Leave One Garage in Sacramento

SACRAMENTO, CA - Government Fleet magazine contacted DGS to find out how many employees are affected by the closures and how these closures fit into the overall fleet reduction plan for the State of California.

GFX 2011 Photo Gallery Now Online

TORRANCE, CAGovernment Fleet Magazine has produced a photo gallery for the 2011 Government Fleet Expo and Conference.

Government Fleet Magazine Introduces Fleet Toolbox

TORRANCE, CAGovernment Fleet Magazine has introduced a new suite of online tools for public sector fleet managers called Fleet Toolbox.

Mike Hill Returns to Municipal Services Group

LITTLETON, CO - Mike Hill has returned to Municipal Services Group as the West Coast Regional Manager.

Lake County to Analyze Fleet Management Options

LAKEPORT, CA – The Lake County Board of Supervisors decided to further analyze its fleet management options.

California DGS to Shutter Four State Fleet Facilities

SACRAMENTO – The State of California’s Department of General Services (DGS) is shutting down four of its fleet facilities, which includes facilities in Fresno, Los Angeles, and Oakland, and its fleet office in San Diego.

Pictured is the new look for the Capitol Police's cruisers that it's putting into service.

U.S. Capitol Police Updates and Redesigns Cruiser Fleet

WASHINGTON - The timing was right for the U.S. Capitol Police to launch a new look for their patrol cars, as the agency is replacing its entire fleet of 201 patrol vehicles.

One of INDOT's new bi-fuel propane cargo vans.

Indiana DOT to Convert 600 Vehicles to Propane

FORT WAYNE, IN – The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) is converting nearly 600 work trucks and cargo vans to run on propane.

Report Proposes Consolidating City of Chicago and Cook County Fleet Maintenance

CHICAGO - A new report issued by the City of Chicago and Cook County proposes consolidating City and County fleet maintenance, with the City as the service provider and the County as the client.

San Carlos Considering Fire Truck Options

SAN CARLOS, CA – The City of San Carlos is considering contracting with Redwood City for fire truck service, according to City documents.


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