Mobility Services has managed fueling operations for City vehicles with fuel island control systems since the 1970s, providing 24/7 access for all City departments serving roughly 6,800 vehicles.
Comprehensive alternative fuels program: After 15 years, what did we learn?
City owned fueling infrastructure supports and promotes alternative fuels which have limited availability at retail fuel stations.
- Fleet size: FY20 6,787 up (44%) from FY06
- Fuel usage: Increased 686K gallons or (15%) from FY06
- CO2 emissions: Lower 19% or 8,787 metric tons since peaked in FY07 from 45,398 metric tons
- CO2 emissions per unit: Down 39.8% or 3.5 metric tons per unit from FY07 to FY20 driven by vehicle OEM manufacture improvements, Fleet replacement strategy and the use of alternative fuels
- CO2 emissions without alternative fuels: Carbon emissions would be at an all-time high of 47,720 metric tons in FY19