Division of Transportation

The Department of Property and Procurment, Division of Transportation is responsible for the Government’s Executive Branch fleet via the Central Motor Pool. The Division of Transporation has offices located in both districts to meet the needs of its fleet.

This includes, but is not limited to, the purchase of Government motor vehicles competitively through standardization; ensuring safety, reliability, and fuel-efficient motor vehicles; registering and inspecting vehicles; supplying fuel for the fleet; and disposing of vehicles from the fleet at the end of their life cycle. 

The Transportation Unit supervises the operations of the Central Motor Pool facilities in the Territory and manages the acquisition, assignment, loan, disposal, registration, refueling, maintenance, repair, and storage of all motor vehicles within the Executive Branch. 

Vehicle Standardization

All Government vehicles are commissioned for Official Use only. Vehicle purchases must adhere to the standardization protocols. DPP is committed to a Clean Transportation initiative and will implement a gradual transformation to procure vehicles when feasible that promote fuel efficiency. Additionally, our vehicle fleet will comprise a mixture of electric, hybrid, and alternative fueled vehicles to reduce our carbon footprint. Please contact the Transportation Division for more information.


  • GVI New/ Existing Vehicle Registration
  • Vehicle Auction
  • Vehicle Loaner Program
  • Vehicle Maintenance Services
  • Wrecker Service
  • Vehicle Gas Card and Coupon Program
  • Government Auto Self-Insurance Coverage
  • Vehicle Purchasing and Standardization Protocols
  • Vehicle Monitoring Program


Current initiatives within the Transportation Division include:

  • Vehicle monitoring system installation territory-wide (pending)
  • Participation in GVI Fleet Management Plan Working Group
  • Motor Pool renovation St. Thomas (pending)
  • Motor Pool Construction St. Croix (pending)

Transportation Team


Eldine Sterling, Deputy Commissioner of Transportation (STT)

Eldine W. Sterling serves as Deputy Commissioner of  Transportation at the Department of Property and Procurement within the Government of the U.S. Virgin Islands. In this capacity, he oversees the acquisition, registration, maintenance, and final disposal of all GVI Executive Branch fleet vehicles. He also supervises the newly implemented gas card program in the St. Thomas-St. John District and intends to replicate the same in the St. Croix District.

Prior to being the Deputy Commissioner at Property and Procurement, Mr. Sterling worked at the Virgin Islands Housing Authority. He quickly moved up the ladder of success and became a part of the Virgin Islands Housing Authority’s Management Team. During his twenty-three (23) years of service, he served in a variety of roles to include Maintenance Worker, Inspector, Vacancy Coordinator, Quality Control Coordinator, Inventory Control Manager, and Maintenance Manager.

In 2016, Deputy Commissioner Sterling became a member of the DPP Management Team. Deputy Commissioner Sterling continues to work with all stakeholders as they champion the goals and objectives of the GVI’s Fleet Initiatives. Mr. Sterling has been instrumental in the Department’s efforts to downsize the Government Fleet, which in turn has lowered fuel consumption. He has also successfully led efforts to transition to the Gas Card Program and a comprehensive Vehicle Tracking System that will be fully implemented in FY2020.

Currently, Deputy Commissioner Mr. Sterling is a candidate in the Certified Public Manager® Program at the University of the Virgin Islands. He was previously awarded a Certification in Computer Operations, Certified Maintenance Manager, Employee of the Year in 1997, and has received serval outstanding customer relations and superior work ethics awards.

Deputy Commissioner Sterling remains committed to the goals and objectives of the Department of Property and Procurement and service to the People of the Virgin Islands.

Karen Kline, Motor Pool Director (STT/STJ)  –

Ms. Kline issues work orders and supervises the work of the mechanic(s), and conduct quality inspection of complete work. She also regularly updates vehicle information via Fleetmate and Lankar. Additionally, she interacts regularly with departments/agencies to collect outstanding receivables.

Henry McLeish, Transportation Coordinator (STT/STJ) –

Mr. McLeish is responsible for maintaining the motor pool inventory by ensuring the ordering and inventory of parts and supplies, issuing estimates for parts and supplies,  issuing invoices for work performed, and coordinating vendor relations orders and special requests.

Janice Hansen, Motor Pool Superintendent (STX) –

Ms. Hansen is responsible for the issuance of mechanic work orders, supervising mechanic work by ensuring work completion and conducting quality inspections. She regularly interacts with departments/agencies for outstanding account receivables. She also updates Fleetmate and Lankar as necessary.

Avril Mayers, Administrative Assistant (STT/STJ)  –

Hyancinth Carasco-John, Administrative Assistant (STX) –

The Administrative Assistants responsibilities include interaction with customers for needed vehicle repairs, answering calls, processing work requests and orders for maintenance/repair jobs, preparation of documents for vehicle registrations, preparation of correspondence to departments/agencies, and updating Lankar with accounts receivable information.

Denfield Martin, Auto Mechanic (STT/STJ) –

Kacy Harrison, Auto Mechaninc (STX) –

The auto mechanics are responsible for the repair and servicing of GVI fleet vehicles.