AltWheels Fleet Day

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AltWheels Fleet Day

AltWheels Fleet Day is a one-day conference that brings together corporate and municipal fleet managers and clean-fleet stakeholders.

By AltWheels

When and where

Date and time

Monday, October 2 · 8am - 4pm EDT


Four Points by Sheraton Norwood 1125 Boston-Providence Turnpike Norwood, MA 02062

Refund Policy

No Refunds

About this event

  • 8 hours
  • Mobile eTicket

AltWheels Fleet Day is an annual sustainable transportation event that brings together corporate and municipal fleet managers and clean-fleet stakeholders working to reduce emissions and lower costs for tomorrow’s transportation needs.

AltWheels is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization with a mission to build a "Sustainable Transportation and Energy Vision for the 21st Century." AltWheels started in 2003 with a large public festival held at the Larz Anderson Museum of Transportation in Brookline, MA. In 2006, we transitioned to Boston City Hall Plaza, at the invitation of Mayor Menino, for the next two years. In 2007, the AltWheels public festival on Boston City Hall Plaza had over 25,000 participants. In 2008-2010, AltWheels was held at Staples headquarters and in 2011, AltWheels moved to the Four Points by Sheraton and has remained there since.

AltWheels is a leading place municipal and corporate fleets come each year to understand more sustainable transportation options. AltWheels showcases the latest vehicle and fuel technologies, educates passenger and fleet consumers on best practices, promotes real choices that exist in the marketplace, and stimulates the demand for choices that will improve our health, air quality, and survival. AltWheels has won awards from the EPA and WTS for its effectiveness in changing thinking about transportation and real practices and behaviors

Focusing on helping Fleets to Build a Future Roadways Toolkit, last year's Fleet Day drew 300 attendees, 35 speakers, 29 sponsors, 28 exhibitors, 20 co-hosts, and 20 display/ride and drive vehicles for demos from more than nine states.

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