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2011 Los Angeles Auto Show

At the 2011 L.A. Auto Show, several major automakers unveiled new models, including the Cadillac XTS and Mazda CX-5. Ford also revealed the new Escape. And for the first time ever, the Motor Press Guild awarded one automaker for a "Vehicle of the Year" award. The winner for 2011 is Audi for the A7.

Photos by Joanne M. Tucker. Volvo photos by Thi Dao and Greg Basich.

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More than 550 fleet professionals were in attendance at this year's conference.

2011 Green Fleet Conference

The 2011 Green Fleet Conference took place in Grapevine, Texas, Oct. 3-4.

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SWP also brought this Freightliner with a crane.

Vehicles & Equipment at the 2011 RMFMA Conference

At the 2011 Rocky Mountain Fleet Management Association'[s conference in Ford McDowell, Ariz., vendors showed a wide range of vehicles and equipment. Following are photos of trucks, police vehicles, refuse trucks, and various types of off-road equipment.

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The 2012-MY Prius Plug-in Hybrid features different exterior trim features than the standard Prius.

2012 Prius Plug-in Hybrid

Toyota announced details on the new Prius Plug-in Hybrid, from powertrain info to trim levels and options. This photo gallery shows a range of images of the new 2012-MY vehicle.

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The Nissan LEAF's charging outlet.

MEMA Meeting Spotlights Electrification Efforts

A Sept. 15, 2011, meeting of the Municipal Equipment Maintenance Assocation (MEMA) in Southern California focused on electrification, with presenters speaking about grant funding, charging infrastructure, and EV readiness.

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The Camry SE.

Toyota's Camry and Camry Hybrid Sedans

Toyota has unveiled its 2012-MY Camry and Camry Hybrid. The Camry is now in its fifth generation, which debuted with the 2011 model year. Toyota has offered the Camry Hybrid since 2006; the model received a facelift in 2009. Our gallery here features photos of the vehicle. Photos courtesy of Toyota.

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Municipal Equipment Maintenance Association (MEMA) meeting July 21, 2011.

MEMA meeting July 21, 2011

Municipal Equipment Maintenance Association (MEMA) meeting on July 21 in Cerritos, Calif.

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Virginia's Governor Bob McDonnell signs two bills and an executive order that promote the use of alternative-fuel vehicles in the State fleet.

Virginia Alt-Fuel Vehicles at Signing Ceremony

Virginia's Governor Bob McDonnell signed two bills that promote the use of alternative fuels in the State fleet and an executive order that sets a development path for the State’s alternative fuel plan. Shown in this gallery are a wide range of vehicle types represented at the signing ceremony. All photos in this gallery are courtesy of Michaele White.

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New York City Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg announces the addition of 50 new Chevrolet Volt electric vehicles to the City's fleet, Tuesday, July 12, 2011 in Woodside Queens, New York. Looking on behind Mayor Bloomberg is New York City Sanitation Commissioner John J. Doherty, left, and Citywide Administrative Services Commissioner Edna Wells Handy. Photo by Emile Wamsteker for Chevrolet.

New York City Adds Electric Vehicles to Fleet

At an event on Tuesday, July 12, in Woodside Queens, New York, New York City's Mayor Michael Bloomberg, along with a range of City department heads, announced the addition of 70 electric vehicles to the City's fleet. The new vehicles include Chevrolet Volts for the NYPD, 10 Ford Transit Connect Electric vans, and 10 Navistar eStar vehicles. The following gallery shows images from the event and pictures of NYPD's new Chevrolet Volts.

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

Indiana DOT Propane- and CNG-Fueled Vehicles

The Indiana Department of Transporation (INDOT) is converting nearly 600 cargo vans and pickup trucks out of its fleet of 3,500 to be capable of running on propane. In addition, INDOT is purchasing 19 CNG-fueled yellow plow trucks. These vehicles will reduce the amount of gasoline and diesel fuel used by INDOT by 500,000 gallons each year.

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