City of Toronto Fleet Services Division provides responsive and efficient fleet management services to City Divisions, Agencies and Corporations that maximize safety and environmental sustainability and minimize lifecycle costs.
Fleet Services Division, Toronto Emergency Medical Services, Toronto Fire Services, Toronto Police Service, and Toronto Transit Commission have developed the City of Toronto Consolidated Green Fleet Plan 2014-2018. The Consolidated Plan builds on lessons learned from previous plans, and represents an evolution in the City's commitment to reducing negative environmental impact, while pursuing cost-effective solutions.
We want members of the public to feel safe when driving beside a City of Toronto vehicle. We also want to ensure the safety of our staff.
City of Toronto’s past, current and future green fleet initiatives are described in its Green Fleet Plans and other related documents.
The City of Toronto has installed one electric vehicle DC fast charging (Level 3) station and nineteen Level 2 charging stations at nine different locations, available for the use of City Fleet vehicles. A map of the charging station locations is available online.
In October 2010, Toronto's first natural gas packer began operating in the former Scarborough. Over time, the packer fleet is being converted to natural gas so they can use the biogas collected from the green bin program.
City of Toronto Fleet Services Division ("Centrally Managed Fleet"), Emergency Medical Services, Toronto Fire Services, Toronto Police Service, and Toronto Transit Commission, are jointly developing a City of Toronto Consolidated Green Fleet Plan.