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April 9, 2013

GreenRoad adds advanced tracking

Provides fleet operators with a new level of insight into fleet performance, resulting in improved fuel economy, better asset utilization and enhanced productivity.


October 22, 2012

GreenRoad launches smartphone addition

Uses smartphone native functionality, including GPS and built-in accelerometers, to eliminate the need for a professionally-installed telematics device in the vehicle.


July 16, 2012

UK tour bus co. chooses GreenRoad for driver training

GreenRoad has already reduced driving risk 60% for the 70 buses in London where it has been in use by 110 drivers since 2010.


October 18, 2010

First Transit taps GreenRoad tech for San Diego fleet

In addition to Breeze buses, First Transit plans to install GreenRoad in its paratransit buses in the near future.


September 3, 2009

Marsh, GreenRoad extend partnership

Marsh first started offering GreenRoad's services to its captive clients in November 2008.


August 4, 2009

FirstGroup selects GreenRoad service

First's fleet and depot managers will gain insight into driving behavior, and will have the tools they need to help drivers achieve environmental efficiency goals, which will see First bus CO2 emissions reduce by 132,000 tons over the next three years.


May 28, 2009

GreenRoad raises $15M in growth funding

DAG Ventures, a venture capital investment partnership, led the round with participation from existing investors Benchmark Capital, Virgin Green Fund, Amadeus Capital and Balderton Capital.


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