The Houston County (Ala.) Sanitation Department's safety numbers changed once the department began purchasing automatic-lift trucks in 2014.
The National Conference of State Fleet Administrators (NCSFA) is conducting a comprehensive benchmarking survey of state and public university fleets.
The Los Angeles Fire Department was able to hire an additional 48 firefighters with a $15.4 million grant. Now it's deploying four additional fire engines.
The Cushman Titan XD offers greater energy efficiency, longer battery life between charges, and regenerative braking.
Of the City of St. Louis' 84 refuse trucks, only 40 to 45 are operable on an average day.
BYD to deliver two Class-8 battery-electric trucks to Recology, first electric refuse trucks to operate in Pacific Northwest Region.
A number of public agencies in California have recently purchased the EV ARC solar-powered electric vehicle charging systems from Envision Solar.
The City of Columbus, Ohio, has opened its fourth and final compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station for the city’s fleet.
More than 800 commercial, government, and daily rental fleet customers attended the General Motors Fleet 2019 Solutions Summit — an annual fleet preview that took place in May in Nashville, Tennessee.
Cat B-Prefix hydraulic hammers can be used for a range of construction and light demolition applications.
The City of San Diego (Calif.) has added a S-70 Black Hawk helicopter with the engine power to carry more than four tons of water.
Westmoreland County, Pa., is sending more than 600 workers eligible to operate county vehicles to classroom and on-the-road instruction.