Road tolls, clean air zones (CAZs) and a scrappage scheme could be employed by the Welsh Government to improve air quality.
The leasing sector is set to grow over the next couple of years, but the jury is out on whether any of this growth will come from the company car market, says the BVRLA.
FleetCheck believes that 2020 could turn out to be a make or break year for diesel.
Oxford is trialling six pop-up electric vehicle (EV) charge points for residents who have no off-street parking.
Roadside pollution can be cut in half by a hedge, a new study from the University of Surrey suggests.
Highways England still has the majority of its £100 million budget left to spend on improving air quality as part of a five year project that ends in 2021.
Fleets continue to play a vital role in driving down vehicle emissions, says Arval UK, after new data shows the improvements being made.
Brighton and Hove City Council will install more than 200 new electric vehicle charge points across the city over the next few months.
Geneva is introducing an environmental zone from January 15 next year to tackle air pollution.
UK100, a network of local government leaders, has co-hosted the International Clean Air Summit to get commitments to a Clean Air Declaration.
A diesel ban has moved a step closer in Bristol after the cabinet approved the plan yesterday (Tuesday, November 5).
Transport & Environment urges regulation is needed to ensure autonomous vehicles are good for society and the environment.
Fleet decision-makers are split over when the sale of new diesel and petrol cars and vans should be phased out, or whether it should happen at all.
By Caroline Sandall, chairman, ACFO
The Government says there is a need to go “further and faster” to reduce transport emissions to reach its net zero emissions target by 2050.
An “ambitious” legally-binding target to limit emissions of fine particulate matter is to be included in an Environmental Bill introduced in Parliament today.
Local authorities are being encouraged to bid for a portion of £2 million of central government cash for a wide range of projects to improve air quality.
72% of drivers say they want a crackdown on engine idling, with 44% saying fine drivers if they refuse to switch off, new RAC research suggests.
An all-day rush hour could be created by driverless cars clogging roads across European cities, a new study suggests.
The Government has said it will ‘look again’ at plans to end the sale of new petrol and diesel cars by 2040.
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