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Green Fleet Awards 2020

01City of Fort Collins, CO
02Denver International Airport
03City of Dublin, OH
04City of Riverside, CA
05The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey
06DeKalb County GA
07Las Vegas Valley Water District, NV
08City of New York, Department of Citywide Administrative Services
09County of San Joaquin CA
10University of CA, Irvine
11Los Angeles County, CA Sanitation Districts
12CPS Energy San Antonio, TX
13City of Durham, NC
14City of Long Beach, CA
15University of California, San Diego
16City of Seattle, WA
17US Air Force 441 VSCOS, VA
18Alameda County CA
19University of California, Davis
20Town of Cary, NC
21City of Kansas City, MO
22Ruan Transportation Management Systems; Des Moines, IA
23Miami-Dade County, FL
24City Furniture, FL
25King County, WA
26City of Charlotte, NC
27New York City Police Department
28City of Oakland, CA
29Salt River Project, AZ
30New York City Department of Correction
31City of San Diego, CA
32City of Phoenix, AZ
33City of Tulsa, OK
34City of Madison, WI
35Prince William County, VA
36City of Fort Lauderdale, FL
37University of California, Los Angeles
38West Valley Construction, CA
39South Jersey Gas Company
40City of Tallahassee, FL
41City of Raleigh, NC
42Knoxville Utilities Board
43University of Virginia
44State of Delaware
45Stark Area Regional Transit Authority OH
46City of Birmingham, AL
47Prince George’s County, MD
48City of Orlando, FL
49City of Hillsboro, OR
50Genentech Inc.

Special Awards

In some years, the judges are so impressed by certain fleets that although they are not the winner of the contest, the judges want to make a special award. In 2020, two fleets were chosen for special recognition.

Standout Practice and Innovation Award
San Joaquin County, CA

This fleet had very impressive Right Typing practices.

Best University or College Fleet Merit Award
University of California at Irvine

This fleet had amazing diesel reduction from 126K to 21K gallons from 2018 to 2019 through use of electric and hydrogen shuttle buses. UCI’s 20 all-electric shuttle buses and hydrogen fuel cell bus primarily transports 36,032 students through campus.

Honorable Mentions (Alphabetical Order)
Alberta Gaming Liquor & Cannabis
Argent Materials Inc, CA
City of Atlanta, GA – Department of Watershed
Buildsense Inc., NC
Chesterfield County, VA
City of Chicago, IL
EPES Transport LLC, NC
Town of Greenwich, CT
NCDOT Rail Division
Orange County, NC
Riverside County, CA
City of Roanoke, VA