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Green Fleet Awards: 2016 Winners

All Years: 2018 | 2017 | 2016 | 2015 | 2014 | 2013
| 2012 | 2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2008

Winners (in rank order)

Green Fleet Awards winners
Green Fleets Awards winners who attended the Green Fleets Forum in Washington, DC on October 13, 2016.

Port Authority of New York & New Jersey
Jim Hineson Jr. (r) and Glen Greico (l) of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. The Port Authority hosted the 100 Best Fleets for a Best Practices Forum on May 10, 2017. The Port Authority was #1 in the Green Fleet Awards for 2016.

1    The Port Authority of New York & New Jersey

2    City of New York, NY

3    City & County of Denver, CO

4    New York City Police Department (NY)

5    State of California

6    U.S. Air Force / 441st VSCOS (VA)

7    Sacramento County (CA)

8    Alameda County (CA)

9    City of Fort Wayne, IN

10    City of Phoenix, AZ

11    King County (WA)

12    Atlantic County Utilities Authority (NJ)

13    City of Tulsa, OK

14    Eugene Water and Electric Board (OR)

15    Las Vegas Valley Water District (NV)

16    City of Fort Collins (CO)

17    University of Washington

18    National Security Technologies, LLC (NV)

19    Village of Downers Grove, IL

20    Cobb County (GA)

21    City of Kansas City, MO

22    City of Dublin, OH

23    City of Boise, ID

24    San Bernardino County (CA)

25    DeKalb County (GA)

26    Colorado State Government

27    CPS Energy (San Antonio, TX)

28    City of Anaheim, CA

29    Denver International Airport (CO)

30    City of Houston, TX

31    City of Riverside, CA

32    City of Huntington Beach, CA

33    Salt Lake City Corporation (UT)

34    M&M Cartage (KY)

35    Lower Merion School District (PA)

36    University of North Carolina at Charlotte

37    City of Durham, NC

38    County of San Diego, CA

39    City of Tucson, AZ

40    Salt River Project (AZ)

41    Iowa State University

42    City of Pittsburgh, PA

43    City of Chicago, IL

44    City of Atlanta, GA

45    Alabama Gas Corporation, a Spire Inc. Company

46    State of Delaware

47    City of Mountain View, CA

48    City Furniture (FL)

49    Volusia County (FL)

50    City of Seneca Public Transit, SC

Please also join us in congratulating the County of Alameda General Services Agency as the inagural recipient of the Electric Vehicle Merit Award. Click here to see the press release.

Electric Vehicle Merit Award winner
Electric Vechicle Merit Award winner, the County of Alameda General Servies Agency, at presentation of award on December 20, 2016.

Electric Vehicle Merit Award winner
Electric Vechicle Merit Award winner, the County of Alameda General Servies Agency, team photo.

Honorable Mentions (in alphabetical order)

American Proteins, Inc. (AL)
Austin Independent School District (TX)
BuildSense, Inc. (NC)
City of Buckeye, AZ
Cleveland Metropolitan School District (OH)
Memphis Light Gas and Water Division (TN)
Stark Area Regional Transit Authority (OH)

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