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Newark: Riskiest Driving City Over Fourth of July

Newark, N.J., roadways were found to be 53% riskier than any other U.S. city between July 3 and July 5, 2018, based on commercial fleet data collected by Lytx, a provider of video telematics and analytics.

N.J. Communities Save with Shared Maintenance

Shared fleet maintenance has become more widespread in New Jersey in the last several years, as the Cumberland County Improvement Authority (CCIA) Fleet Maintenance Services has grown to service eight public agencies.

N.J. Bill Would Cut State Fleet by 20%

A New Jersey assemblywoman has introduced a bill to reduce the number of passenger vehicles owned by the State of New Jersey fleet by 20% over the course of three years.

N.J. Purchases and Donates Food Trucks to Salvation Army

The State of New Jersey presented The Salvation Army with three feeding trucks that collectively can prepare and serve 30,000 hot meals a day during an emergency. They were purchased using $870,000 in federal grant funding.