City of Seattle’s Sound Transit Saves $2-Million Via Car Sharing
Seattle’s Sound Transit has slashed 115 vehicles from its non-revenue fleet thanks to vehicle sharing and fleet management technology.
The reductions were part of the transit agency’s initiative to operate its fleet and facilities more efficiently, resulting in more than $2-million in savings. They achieved it by:
- Replacing legacy systems resulting in automated, streamlined access to vehicles for approximately 1,000 of the agency’s staff
- Offering 24 x 7 pick up and drop-off of vehicle keys using automated self-service kiosks
- Understanding their vehicle utilization and making changes that eliminate underused vehicles and their associated costs.
Read their success story and find out how they did it and how you can too.
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