Franklin County (Ohio) Engineer’s Office: Fine-tuning public works fleet management
Published on April 5, 2022
Managing a mixed fleet of over 170 vehicles kept the team on its toes, from reacting to maintenance issues to attempting to rightsize the fleet. Geotab telematics opened the door to data-driven decision making and opportunities for real transformation in the fleet. The solution proved invaluable in many aspects of their public works fleet operations including:
- Monitoring vehicle utilization for right-sizing opportunities
- Accurate reporting for material and asset usage including capturing engine hours
- Real-time tracking for winter operations and route completion
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Franklin County (Ohio) Engineer’s Office
Types of vehicles:
Sedans, EVs, pickups, dump trucks (class 8)
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