Fleet Service News
12/02/2019 City of Madison Begins Climate Resilience Planning with Support from University of Wisconsin
The City of Madison is partnering with the University of Wisconsin (UW) Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies, the Wisconsin Institute on Climate Change Impacts (WICCI), and UW-Extension Dane County to help make Madis
10/21/2019 City of Madison leads the state with first public fleet to use 20 percent biodiesel
From ambulances and fire trucks to garbage/recycling and plow trucks, the City is making a significant, positive impact on the environment by the fuel its using.
09/19/2019 Register for The Future of Transportation Day
Join the City of Madison Fleet & Engineering Departments at this free event taking place Wednesday, September 25, 2019 at the State Capitol.
07/01/2019 City of Madison Announces Partnership with Climate Mayors Electric Vehicle Purchasing Collaborative
The City of Madison is proud to be a part of 127 cities and 15 counties, from across 38 states, joining the Climate Mayors Electric Vehicle Purchasing Collaborative (“the Collabo
01/31/2019 Severe Weather Update - 1/31/2019
With record setting low temperatures, City of Madison staff remain on duty assisting not only residents of Madison, but in one instance, residents of the small neighboring community of Brooklyn.
01/30/2019 Severe Weather Update
Madison employees including Police, Fire, Streets, Water, Engineering, Madison Metro, Traffic Engineering, Building Inspection, Fleet Service and others are continuing to brave the cold to assure City residents that essent
12/06/2018 Madison's Greener and Smarter Future Begins Now
Madison Mayor Paul Soglin will be joined by City Transportation Director Tom Lynch, Fleet Service Superintendent Mahanth Joishy and City Traffic Engineer Yang Tao on Thursday, December 13 for a public pres
12/18/2017 Madison Community Leaders Call on the Trump Administration to Protect Public Health
Today, Madison Mayor Paul Soglin, Dane County Executive Joe Parisi, and other community leaders gathered to call on the Trump administration to maintain federal clean car standards.