A detailed review of the District’s fleet will be conducted, encompassing life cycle projections, fleet replacement recommendations, utilization analyses, and costs. Included will be our review of maintenance programs, including but not limited to, data tracking and management; mechanic training, staffing levels, and productivity; inspection history; scheduling; inventory tracking and controls; and purchasing.
Transportation Advisory Services will request historical information on the program, including a detailed fleet listing, line item financial reports, copies of forms and records, inspection reports (if available), mechanic information, and more.
We will then conduct on-site interviews with Department management personnel and maintenance staff members. We typically conduct a random review of bus maintenance files, and/or fleet maintenance software reports.
Although each review is unique, typical outcomes will include, but not be limited to: