State-Owned Vehicles Almost Tripled Since ’80

State-Owned Vehicles Almost Tripled Since ’80 — State Sen. David Argall (R-29) is reporting that the number of state vehicles owned by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania has increased from 5,700 in 1980 to 16,186 today.

The state had 161,528 full-time equivalent employees as of December 2009 for a population estimated at 12.6 million.

It had 123,284 full-time equivalent employees in July 1992 for a population estimated at 12 million.

State-Owned Vehicles Almost Tripled Since ’80

One thought on “State-Owned Vehicles Almost Tripled Since ’80”

  1. Now this is a disgusting statistic.
    Looks to me like there is a whole bunch of money to be saved!!
    I guess the past 2 PA governor’s favorite song is from the Beatles song..”she’s got a ticket to ride and she don’t care”

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