Kelly Reagan

Fleet Administrator,
City of Columbus, Ohio
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Kelly Reagan is the Fleet Administrator for the City of Columbus, Ohio. Reagan, who oversees a fleet of 6,400 units and a budget of $34 million, has over 30 years of experience in the fleet industry. He holds a bachelor's degree in Business Administration from Hiram College. He worked tirelessly to pioneer alternative fuels (i.e. Compressed Natural Gas, CNG) in the Midwest building infrastructure throughout the City of Columbus for a total of 2 CNG stations currently in operation with another 2 in design and budgeting planned.


  • The City of Columbus Fleet Management Division was recognized as the #1 “100 Best” fleet for 2014 and the #1  Greenest Fleet in North America for 2011 –the city has been in the top 20 “100 Best” for the last 6 years
  • The City of Columbus has achieved ASE Blue Seal recognition for the 7th consecutive year, since 2007, also the  largest public ASE Blue Seal facility in the USA.
  • The City of Columbus has been designated the “Ohio Champions Award” by the Department of Energy & Clean Fuels Ohio for 2008 & 2011.
  • Founding member and Chair of MEMA-OH, Ohio Chapter, member of NAFA, NTEA, GTA.
  • A Presidents Award winner for  2007 First Group America – one of an elite eight (8) employees worldwide out of 88,000 employees.
  • An advocate and member of the Mayor’s “Regional Coalition” promoting public entity “shared services” for all surrounding Columbus metropolitan communities.
  • Accomplished speaker & writer as a  published industry expert in the Fleet industry.
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