Government Fleet News

The new Camry hybrids make the Arkadelphia Police Department the first "green" fleet in the state, according to police officials. (Photo courtesy of Arkadelphia Police Dept.)

City of Arkadelphia Unveils Camry Hybrid Police Cars

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.

Inside the City of Claremont's Fleet Maintenance Division

CLAREMONT, CA - The following video series shows different aspects of the City's fleet maintenance operations.

Driver’s Alert Awarded NJPA Contract

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.

CA State Assembly Halts Toyota Vehicle Purchases

SACRAMENTO, CA - The Assembly Rules Committee voted Feb. 4 to halt the purchase of Toyota vehicles and reinstate its "Buy American" policy.

City of Gary to Add 100+ 'Green' Vehicles to Fleet

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.

Kanawha County Gets New Space for 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.

Minnesota’s Use of E-85 Up 25%

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.

Southwest EVT Conference Set for Feb. 28-March 5

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.

Long Island Power Authority Adds Two Hybrid Bucket Trucks to Fleet

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.

Calif. Auctions State Vehicle Surplus Online

SACRAMENTO, CA - The Department of General Services (DGS) fleet division is auctioning 50 state vehicles online. The auction will close Feb. 10.

Chevrolet Tahoe's strong residual value was a contributing factor to the Tahoe Police 2WD model's low lifecycle cost.

Tahoe Police Model Found to Have Lowest Lifecycle Cost

DETROIT - The Chevrolet Tahoe Police 2WD vehicle was found to have the lowest lifecycle cost in the law enforcement market, according to a lifecycle cost analysis by Vincentric.

Mass. to Get Preview of Nissan Leaf

BOSTON - The Department of Energy Resources (DOER) will sign a memorandum of understanding with Nissan North America, Inc., beginning a non-exclusive partnership to explore ways to expand electric vehicle use in Massachusetts.

Take-Home Use for Tulsa Officers to End in June

TULSA, OK - Officers have agreed to give up take-home vehicles going outside the city and to give more notice to use compensation time. The provisions extend through the current fiscal year, which ends June 30.

Ranger Appointed Fleet Manager for Contra Costa County

MARTINEZ, CA - For the past year, Rick Ranger has served as the acting fleet supervisor, overseeing the daily operations of the Fleet Division. The appointment marks his official role as fleet manager for the General Services department.

Illinois DOT Recognized for Green Efforts

SPRINGFIELD, IL - The Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) has been recognized for its progress in 2009 to become a more sustainable agency.

NY Fire Dept. to Add More Trucks to Fleet

HOLDEN, LA - The City of New York has awarded another large contract to supply the New York City Fire Department five heavy rescue trucks.

Grand Junction City Approves New CNG Truck Purchases

GRAND JUNCTION, CO - The new compressed natural gas (CNG) trucks will be the first four CNG vehicles in the City's fleet, and is the first stage in the City moving toward CNG and away from foreign oil dependency.

City of Ann Arbor Sets Out to Cut Petroleum Use by 30%

ANN ARBOR, MI - With a goal of reducing its fleet's petroleum reduction by 10 percent by 2012, the City's Green Fleets program has more than exceeded its original goal and has set a new goal to achieve a 30 percent reduction goal by the end of 2010.

City of Irving Undergoes Changes to Fleet Structure

IRVING, TX - With a number of employees retiring and/or leaving the City, the City of Irving has shifted a number of responsibilities that affect the city fleet.

San Antonio Police Pair Up in Cars to Save Money

SAN ANTONIO - In an effort to cut costs, San Antonio Police Chief William McManus initiated a three-phase plan to take 74 patrol cars off the streets and save more than $1.05 million.

Grants Helps Fitchburg Fire Dept. Keep Fleet Updated

FITCHBURG, MA - With a $2 million cut in state aid last year, the Fitchburg Fire Department will greatly benefit from two grants that will help its fleet and staff remain intact.

Central Truck Center Inc. Awarded GSA Contract

LANDOVER, MD - Central Truck Center Inc. has been awarded a GSA medium- and heavy-duty contract. The company provides new and used heavy- and medium-duty box, dump, and tractor trailers.

ACUA Expects Savings with Electric-Powered Pickup

EGG HARBOR TWP, NJ - The Atlantic County Utilities Authority (ACUA) unveiled a zero-emission electric Ford Ranger pickup truck for its light-duty fleet.

Dodge Co. Sheriff's Office Implements New Fuel Program

EASTMAN, GA - In addition to boosting efficiency and cutting costs, the new fuel program also serves as a public relations tool since employees can now fill up at major gas stations and speak with local residents while fueling up.

California Revs Up Plug-In Hybrid Trial Project

SACRAMENTO - In an effort to study plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV) performance, the California Department of General Services will take part in a two-year experiment to determine the benefits of driving PHEVs.


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