Research Bureau Urges GPS Trackers on Worcester, Mass., Fleet Vehicles – Detail #2
BY CYRUS MOULTON, TELEGRAM & GAZETTE / NOVEMBER 1, 2018
Baltimore County, Md., added GPS to 850 vehicles and saw county vehicles drive 817,000 fewer miles than in the previous year and save nearly $300,000 worth of fuel, according to the Regional Research Bureau report.
(TNS) — The Worcester, Mass., Regional Research Bureau is recommending equipping city vehicles with GPS trackers, saying in its most recent report that this would save money, be better for the environment, and provide more oversight over employees, among other benefits.
“The Research Bureau believes the time has come to equip the entirety of Worcester’s fleet with GPS trackers,” the bureau wrote in its report, Tracking City Equipment: How Expanded GPS Monitoring Could Benefit Worcester, which was released Wednesday. “The city is missing an opportunity to collect data that can offer now-hidden optimizations and cost savings that cannot be uncovered by human oversight alone.”
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