The winners of the 2014 Green Fleet Awards were announced at the North American Green Fleet Forum in
Sacramento, CA on October 15-16, 2014. Plese join us in congratulating them! Register with us to be notified next July when the 2015 edition opens.
Best Fleets in North America™!
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Sponsors of the 2014 Green Fleet Awards & Green Fleet Forum:
The winners of the 2014
edition of The 100 Best Fleets in North America contest are listed here. The winners were announced in April at the
largest fleet show, NAFA Institute & Expo, and published in the
prestigious Governing Magazine.
Sonoma County (CA) banners celebrating wins in The 100
Best Fleets and Government Green Fleet Awards.
City of Rochester Hills, MI.
Left to right: Bruce Halliday, Fleet Manager; Mayor Bryan Barnett; Al Curtis, Fleet Management Director Cobb County, GA; Allan Schneck, Director of Public Services; Kelly Reagan, Administrator, Fleet Division City of Columbus, OH (#1 Best Fleet 1014, #1 Best Green Fleet 2012); Tom Johnson Author of the 100 Best Fleets and Green Fleets contests.
Mayor Bryan Barnett of Rochester Hills, MI said: “Thank you so much for the recognition and kind words regarding
our department. We are thrilled with the honor.”
Article on January 100 Best Fleets forum.
Sponsors of the 2014 100 Best
Fleets in North America contest:
Culver City, California named #1 in The
100 Best Fleets in North America for 2013 recognized at a national fleet
conference in San Antonio on June 12th 2013.
Tommy Norton, Shop Supervisor Gary Lykins,
Jerry Davis standing next to a Town of Jonesborough Water Dist.
truck with the 2013 100 Best Fleet
award. (Photo by Sue Legg/Johnson
City Press, used with permission)
Tom C. Johnson (left) with race-car driver
Susan Roush (right).
The 100 Best Fleets is a sponsor of the
Roush propane dragster.
Seattle Mayor Michael
McGinn and the Seattle fleet team accepting the award for being
#1 amongst The 100 Best Fleets in North America in 2012. (Blog
Post from Mayor of Seattle)
Winners of the The 100 Best Fleets in
North America in Denver, CO in June 2012. (Click photo
Culver City (CA) celebrating their #3 ranking
in The 100 Best Fleets in North America.
The Mayor of
Indianapolis, Gregory A. Ballard (L), accepting the award for
their 21st place finish in the
100 Best Fleets for 2012 from Tom C. Johnson.
City of Dublin (OH) celebrating.
Eugene Water & Electric Board Fleet
Merchandise is now available!
Best 100 Fleet
competition helped us look at every aspect of our fleet
operations and identify areas needing improvement, it
also motivated us to continually improve our operations.
These improvements and challenges have caused us to
produce a very cost efficient and safe fleet for our
Mark Swackhamer, CAFM; Senior Manager of Fleet
Operations; Houston Independent School District, TX
While our main mission is
transporting the District’s students, we have a strong
commitment to the entire community’s welfare. Preserving
our environment factors into everything we do, from our
natural gas buses to the maintenance garage and how we
work on a daily basis. We constantly factor
sustainability into our operations. Our natural gas bus
program has proven that our commitment to clean air
vehicles works. The national recognition we received
from being the #3 Government Green Fleet has been
tremendous. We have been written up in numerous
transportation and pupil transport magazines, we were
recently filmed for the PBS show Motorweek, and we have
hosted technical staff from the National Transportation
Safety Board who were looking for an expert CNG fleet to
document procedures. I get telephone calls and e-mails
from around Pennsylvania, and around the county every
week asking about our program. We know that we are doing
the right thing.
Gerald Rineer; Supervisor of Transportation; Lower
Merion School District Transportation Dept., PA