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Audit: Va. City Behind on Replacements

Insufficient funding, no separate funding for totaled vehicles, and the rising cost of equipment make it difficult for the City of Virginia Beach, Va., to replace all its aging units.

New York City Defends Fleet Safety Initiatives

New York City is defending its fleet safety initiatives in response to a recent New York Post story. In the article, the Post cited an 11% spike in accidents involving city vehicles.

CEI Adds Driver Self-Reporting Feature

CEI has enhanced its DriverCare fleet driver safety and risk management application to make it easier for fleets to administer a driver violation self-reporting requirement.

N.J. City University Slashes Preventable Collisions

New Jersey City University (NJCU) fleet reduced its preventable collisions by 78% in calendar-year 2015 in comparison to the prior year, earning it the National Safety Council's award for significant improvement in safety performance.

Michigan DOT Testing 'Smart' Roads

A 20-mile stretch of Michigan's interstate 96 and I-696 has been equipped with cameras and monitors to test the Department of Transportation's (MDOT) connected-corridor initiative, reported the Detroit News.

LAPD Begins Tracking Officer Driving

The Los Angeles Police Department will roll out its telematics system to begin tracking the driving behavior of 50 officers starting in January as part of a trial program to determine if telematics can help reduce crashes.