Defra has told Coventry to introduce a clear air zone (CAZ) after rejecting the council's plans to tackle pollution in the city.
The research suggests delivering this infrastructure will cost some £1.6 billion between 2020 and 2030.
Bank holiday traffic looks set to peak on Saturday, with an estimated 6.6m separate trips planned (up from 3.8m last year).
The latest Institute of Car Fleet Management (ICFM) graduates were recognised with a series of awards at the organisation’s conference in London, this week.
New stations will increase capacity by 500% to meet demand from hauliers seeking to cut carbon emissions, pollution and haulage costs.
Addison Lee is trialling five Audi e-trons for six months, as the taxi firm investigates the suitability of fully electric cars on its fleet.
Examples of the most shocking dashcam videos sent to Fleet News outline how video technology can save fleets from hefty bills.
They always say it’s not about the winning but the taking part, and this sentiment was felt at the Commercial Fleet Awards 2018. Find out how the winners reacted.
Caring for the environment is part of the Toyota Lexus DNA. We report on its hybrid and hydrogen solutions
How Martin Forbes is realigning the company that was 'trying to do too much'
Highways England and Blackwell, the earthworks contractor, have completed work on a short trial involving an autonomous dump truck (ADT) on the A14
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