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Zipcar, City of New York Launch Two Carsharing Programs

The vehicles will be available throughout the Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, and Queens and parked in municipal parking facilities and dedicated on-street parking spots for convenient pick-up and drop-off.

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Procuring Newer, Safer Vehicles & Its Impact on Costs

Switching up a vehicle procurement strategy comes with additional expenses. But it can pay off, too.

New York City’s Transition to a Safer Fleet

In part two of this four-part series of procurement, we look at the true cost of New York City's decision to purchase vehicles with additional safety features.

NYC to Use Domestically Produced Renewable Diesel

New York City will begin using renewable diesel, a low-emission, 99% petroleum-free fuel, to power more than 1,000 city government vehicles, including many sanitation trucks.

Mack Plans for Electric Refuse Truck in NYC by 2019

Mack Trucks has announced plans to deploy a Mack LR refuse model equipped with an integrated electric drivetrain in the New York City Department of Sanitation fleet by 2019.

NYC Parks Develops Online Fleet Driver Training Program

New York City's Parks Department will roll out a new online fleet training program for drivers in May. The program allows the department to administer, track, and deliver fleet-related courses through a software application.

New York City Doubles Car Sharing Use

New York City fleet drivers increased their use of car sharing significantly in 2017, increasing average car share use by 98%. The city also increased its motor pool fleet by 8%.

NYC Trucks Provide Fuel to Schools, Facilities

Due to the extended cold spell, the winter storm, and the requirement for facilities to use backup oil tanks, New York City agencies used their fuel trucks to ensure schools had heat and emergency vehicles had fuel.

Magellan Deploys Return to Route Across all NYC Salt Spreading Vehicles

As the first of the winter snow storms move into the Eastern Seaboard, Magellan is announcing that its Return to Route navigation solution has been selected by the New York City Department of Sanitation (DSNY) for deployment across its entire fleet of salt spreading vehicles, which include the boroughs of Manhattan, Queens, Brooklyn, Bronx, and Staten Island.

New York City Deploys Magellan GPS in 700 Salting Trucks

The New York City Department of Sanitation (DSNY) to deploy Magellan's latest navigation product: Return to Route. Magellan worked with the agency to accommodate a large library of maps