N Y C D C A S blue electric van near a brick wall and an charging station.
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    New York City Becomes First East Coast Municipal Fleet To Transition to Renewable Diesel

Mayor Adams holds the all-electric fleet local law that he signed.
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    Mayor Adams Signs Local Law 140 of 2023 Mandating an All Electric Fleet

Map of DCAS operated electric vehicle charging sites for the City fleet.
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    This map shows the network of electric vehicle (EV) chargers available to city vehicles. We have a list of NYC Fleet chargers that are also available to the public with a nominal user fee.

Large N Y C D C A S renewable tanker is parked in a parking lot.
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    Electric vans support a wide variety of city agencies and operations and are a key part of our transition to an electric fleet.

NYC Vision Zero Forum
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    Presentations and Speaker Bios are now available.

Fleet Management

Managed by DCAS, New York City operates over 30,000 owned and leased vehicles, the largest municipal fleet in the United States. NYC maintains fleet units at 37 main repair locations and has over 400 in-house fueling and 400 separate electric charging locations. More than 2,000 staff work full-time in fleet repair and garage operations across over 50 fleet operating agencies and offices. In total, nearly $1 billion is spent annually on fleet repair, fueling, and procurement.

Visit the Fleet News page for information on upcoming DCAS fleet events, as well as our newsletters and other articles and announcements.

Visit the vehicle auction page to view a current list of decommissioned City of New York fleet vehicles available for sale. (Our vehicle auctions are not open to active City employees). If you have additional questions, contact DCAS Fleet Management.