The clean air zone (CAZ) in Leeds is no longer required after fleets switched to cleaner vehicles faster than expected, a joint review has found.
Venson Automotive Solutions is supporting this year’s Clean Air Day (October 8), with a survey by the company revealing that 47% of people want to play their part in reduction pollution by tackling traffic emissions.
Bath’s CAZ had been due to be switched on in November but was delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
And that’s despite new WLTP testing regime producing higher figures
Fleets that use telematics are being urged to help researchers ahead of the introduction of charging clean air zones (CAZs) next year.
The UK economy could be boosted by £1.6 billion a year if it met World Health Organisation guidelines for air pollution, a report by CBI Economics has found.
Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM) continues to plan for charging clean air zone in 2022 despite other local authorities assessing their need following pollution falls.
Bristol City Council may reverse its plan to introduce a Clean Air Zone (CAZ) and is looking at alternative options to improve air quality.
Pollution higher in neighbourhoods outside London’s Ultra Low Emission Zone, according to new analysis by Environmental Defense Fund Europe (EDF Europe).
Leeds City Council has suspended the introduction of its Clean Air Zone (CAZ) while it re-assesses the air quality issues in the city.
BMW plug-in hybrid models are now able to automatically switch to ‘EV mode’ in designated areas of London and Birmingham, using the brand’s eZone technology.
Birmingham City Council has approved a new air quality action plan for public consultation.
New cameras are being installed ahead of the expansion of London’s ultra-low emission zone (ULEZ) to the North and South Circular.
European e-scooter operator Voi has been appointed on a 12-month trial basis to provide e-bikes across the region and test out e-scooters in the centre of Cambridge.
Milton Keynes Council and Lime have announced a partnership to launch a full-scale e-scooter trial in the city.
New route optimisation technology for fleets operating in urban areas, based on the behaviour of ants, has been developed by university researchers.
Fleet managers are having to adapt fast to new demands placed upon them by Covid-19, but new research suggests some familiar challenges remain.
Campaign for Better Transport suggests wants Government intervention so local transport networks are based on active travel, shared and public transport.
The Government has given the go-ahead for pure electric vehicles (EVs) to be identified by a green number plate.
Funding has been awarded to 18 local authorities from the £2 million ‘eCargo Bike Grant Fund’ by the Energy Saving Trust.
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