City of Stamford Saves $1-Million Via Car Sharing
The City of Stamford is like many public organizations that rely on vehicles to achieve their mission. With a fleet of 1,100 vehicles, the city maintains and manages passenger vehicles, heavy duty highway trucks, and sanitation and park equipment year-round on a limited budget. Concerned about high fleet costs and lack of metrics to understand vehicle usage or needs, the city took a hard look at ways to better manage their vehicle fleet. By automating their fleet processes, establishing the right policies and sharing vehicles, the City of Stamford transformed their fleet management and stands to save $1-million over five years.
Read their success story and find out how they did it, and how you can, too.