A City fleet vehicle is pictured in front of Citi Field.
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    Mayor Bill de Blasio signed an executive order today that will reduce the size of the City’s on-road vehicle fleet, deepening its commitment to address climate change and reduce emissions 80 percent by 2050. The City will eliminate least 1,000 vehicles from its fleet by June 2021 – about the same number of cars parked on the street around about eight Manhattan blocks.
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    The Department of Citywide Administrative Services (DCAS) is accepting applications for several Civil Service exams.
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    DCAS funds renewable energy-related afterschool programs for kids at the Queens Library, including one that teaches students how to build a solar-powered race car.

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    The Department of Citywide Administrative Services has partnered with the City University of New York to offer two-year fellowships at City agencies to recent graduates interested in pursuing Civil Service careers in high-demand fields.
Electric Vehicles Reduce Maintenance Costs for NYC Fleet
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    So far, few electric vehicle fleet owners have driven enough miles over several years to collect solid data. But on March 8, New York City released its numbers to the public. In what it calls the first analysis of its kind (pdf), the city analyzed fuel and maintenance costs for 1,893 of its 9,196 light-passenger vehicles in 2018. It found servicing costs with all-electric vehicle models was less than for gas, hybrid, and hybrid plug-in models.

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