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.

 

2020 Update

  • 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

6,787 
FLEET ASSETS 


Number of fleet assets available for departments at any given time

5.7M
ANNUAL FUEL CONSUMED


Number of fleet assets available for departments at any given time

42.8M
ANNUAL MILES DRIVEN


Average cost per mile for all fleet (refuse, energy, water, emergency services)

252K
ANNUAL ALTERNATIVE FUEL TAX CREDIT


Annual sales or uses of biodiesel mixtures, renewable diesel mixtures, and alternative fuels