The McGill Fleet

The McGill Fleet

The Parking and Transportation Services electric car ready to charge up at one of the McIntyre garage charge stations.

Student Housing and Hospitality Services staff use an electric vehicle to travel between the various campus residence buildings.

Buildings and Grounds department's electric Might-E Truck being used to dispose of waste on the downtown campus.

The McGill fleet is composed of a variety of vehicles, from cars and trucks to boats and snowmobiles, which are owned and maintained by the university. These vehicles must adhere to the standards detailed in the Vehicle Asset Management Procedure. This document also details the procedure for purchasing a new McGill fleet vehicle.

Several electric and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles have been added to the McGill fleet in recent years, replacing gas-powered vehicles which had reached their end-of-life cycle.  More information is available on the Sustainable Alternatives for Vehicle Replacement (SAVR) Initiative page.

Information for vehicle asset stewards and operators

A vehicle asset steward is a faculty member or an administrative unit head accountable for the custody of the university-owned vehicle. A vehicle asset operator is an employee, faculty member, or student, who is authorized by the vehicle asset steward to operate the vehicle. 

The Manager of Parking & Transportation Services (Downtown Campus) is the current vehicle asset administrator, responsible for administrative matters pertaining to vehicles. This includes the update of vehicle asset information in the Central Asset Management System.

To view a list of useful resources related to the insurance, maintenance and repairs for McGill fleet vehicles, please visit the resources for vehicle asset stewards and operators page (the page is restricted to authenticated McGill users only).

 

 

 

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