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LAPD Rolls Out Electric Bikes

The Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) is adding a fleet of 20 electric bikes as part of its ongoing green initiative.

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GM Offers Special Pricing for First Responders

Police officers, firefighters, EMTs/paramedics, and 911 dispatchers now qualify for a discount on Chevrolet, Buick, GMC, and OnStar vehicles and products.

San Francisco Rolls Out Dedicated Bike Lane Sweepers

The City and County of San Francisco has added three new mechanical sweepers designated to remove debris from protected bike lanes.

Neb. City PD Gets New Mobile Command Center

The Omaha (Neb.) Police Department took delivery of a new 45-foot mobile command center that can hold up to 15 officers.

Bakersfield PD Brings Back Motorcycles with Focus on Safety

The Bakersfield (Calif.) Police Department discontinued its motorcycle unit last year. Now it's coming back, with some changes.

Tennessee Golf Courses Go Electric

The state anticipates $80,000 in annual savings and the reduction of 350,000 lbs. of carbon dioxide emissions per year thanks to its battery-electric golf carts.

Okla. Fleet Supervisor Charged with Embezzlement

A City of Norman, Okla., fleet supervisor has been charged with embezzlement for allegedly making $1,380 in unauthorized purchases using city funds.

Ford Announces 2019-MY Fleet Incentives

Ford has announced fleet incentives for its 2019-model-year lineup, including its police models and four Lincoln vehicles.

Procuring Newer, Safer Vehicles & Its Impact on Costs

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

The San Francisco Fire Department’s Fire Engines Improve Efficiency

The San Francisco Fire Department was able to purchase smaller, more effective custom fire engines that can navigate to an emergency better — and safer, too.