Birmingham City Council has written to ministers requesting the launch of its clean air zone is delayed as it deals with the coronavirus crisis.
Birmingham's clean air zone could be delayed further after errors were discovered with the Government's new online vehicle checker.
A new online vehicle checker has been launched to help drivers and businesses prepare for clean air zones (CAZs) in Birmingham and Leeds.
Clean Air Zones are being delayed due to a Government system that has not been developed on time.
Private cars, taxis and vans will pay £8 per day, while HGVs, coaches and buses will be charged £50 per day, to enter Birmingham’s clean air zone (CAZ).
Economic uncertainty and potential air quality restrictions have created a challenging funding environment for vans over the past year.
Businesses that operate vehicles in the Birmingham area can attend a free event on the city’s clean air zone (CAZ) on Thursday, November 29 at the Library of Birmingham at 8am.
Monica Guise explains how the University of Birmingham’s fleet will soon be 40% electric or hydrogen – a year ahead of its target.
Fleet managers are feeling the pain of being associated with ‘dirty’ diesel vehicles despite often using the cleanest Euro 6 diesel engines.
Clean Air Zone (CAZ) consultations are heating up with the release of a revised proposal from Leeds City Council.
Despite pressure from Government, the city authority will not confirm plans until after its local elections. Stephen Briers reports.
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