Best Fleets in the Americas™!
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Tom C. Johnson speaking at an international fleet conference in Brazil
Congratulations to the winners of the 2016
edition of Green Fleet Awards. Click here to see this year's winners.
Green Fleets Awards winners who attended the Green Fleets Forum in Washington, DC on October 13, 2016.
Please also join us in congratulating the County of Alameda General Services Agency as the inagural recipient of the Electric Vehicle Merit Award. Click here to see the press release.
Electric Vechicle Merit Award winner, the County of Alameda General Servies Agency.
Sponsors of the 2016 Green Fleet Awards & Green Fleet Forum:
Peter Bednar (r), Fleet Manager for County of Ventura, California; the 2016 #1 in The 100 Best Fleets awarded at the NAFA I&E Conference on April 21, 2016 in Austin, Texas presented by Tom C Johnson (l), Author of The 100 Best Fleets.
The 100 Best Fleets from Brazil for 2016.
The winners of the 2016
edition of The 100 Best Fleets in the Americas were announced at NAFA I&E on April 21 and are now posted: click here. Congrats to the winners and thanks to all who applied!
Sponsors of the 2016 100 Best
Fleets in North America contest:
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