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Technician Quits Following Pay Dispute with Elected Official
W.Va. Governor Proposes to Expand Fleet Management Office
Ind. City Approves $2.3M for New Fire Trucks
W.Va. Agencies Cut Fleet Vehicles

W.Va. Agencies Cut Fleet Vehicles

Following W.Va. Governor Jim Justice's lead, several state agencies have announced cuts to their fleets in an effort to reduce spending and streamline operations.

February 6, 2017

W.Va. Governor's Office Reduces Fleet

W.Va. Governor's Office Reduces Fleet

After an audit last year failed to get an accurate count of the state's fleet, West Virginia's new governor has vowed to examine state spending more closely. To start, Gov. Jim Justice is cutting five vehicles from his office.

January 20, 2017

Four Global Cities to Ban Diesel Vehicles by 2025
Automakers Congratulate President-Elect Trump

Automakers Congratulate President-Elect Trump

General Motors congratulated President-elect Donald Trump and runner-up Hillary Clinton on "hard-fought campaigns" and said the company looks forward to working with the new administration. Ford Motor Co. and Fiat-Chrysler have issued similar statements.

November 9, 2016

Mass. Reduces Take Home Fleet After Employee Abuse
Conn. Fire Union Opposes Truck Downsizing

Conn. Fire Union Opposes Truck Downsizing

New Haven (Conn.) firefighters have criticized a city plan to replace a fire engine with two paramedic units, and said the move will hamper their ability to provide quality service.

August 23, 2016

Pa. City Exempts Its Vehicles from Street Sweeping Tickets
Mercedes-Benz Breaks Ground on $500M Van Plant

Mercedes-Benz Breaks Ground on $500M Van Plant

Mercedes-Benz will shift production of vans it sells in the U.S. and Canada to North Charleston, S.C., by the end of the decade with a plant that nearly triples its existing manufacturing footprint.

July 27, 2016

Kasich's Aircraft Sits Idle in Ohio

The two airplanes purchased by the state of Ohio to transport Gov. John Kasich and other top state officials to events have mostly sat idle since Kasich began running for president in July.

May 3, 2016

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