Fleets will get an overview of the latest plans for clean air zones (CAZs) across the UK with a presentation and discussion session by UK100 at Fleet Live.
Opportunity for fleets to debate key clean air issues with council policymakers
The introduction of clean air zones (CAZs) could signal a significant rise in the number of penalty charge notices generated by fleets, warns Epyx.
These events will bring together UK business fleet decision-makers with council leaders and city mayors to discuss future CAZ developments and air quality plans
CAZs will tackle pollution and boost the economy, say mayors and political leaders
Fleets will get an overview of the latest plans with Clean Air Zones (CAZ) across the UK with a presentation and discussion session by UK100 at Fleet Live this year.
Climate Emergency Response Group sets out 12-point-plan for Government to consider.
Fleets advised of 50 per cent surcharge no in force for on street parking in part of the borough.
UK Government calls for action to tackle particulate matter released from tyres and brakes
Bristol City Council has launched a public consultation to establish which air quality measures it will introduce.
Clean Air Zones are being delayed due to a Government system that has not been developed on time.
Defra has told Coventry to introduce a clear air zone (CAZ) after rejecting the council's plans to tackle pollution in the city.
Separate charges for entering the ULEZ and congestion charge zone, as well as proposed charges for the new Blackwall and Silvertown tunnel, should be replaced with a road-user charging scheme.
Fleets in our Fleet200 Executive Club discussion had varying experiences with electric vehicles, with some not yet having trialled them and others having run them for 10 years.
The proportion of compliant vehicles entering the ULEZ has increased by more than a third, but TfL still expected to collect £450,000-plus in charges each day.
Allow Independent Road-testing says the huge variation in Euro 6 diesels makes it a poor proxy for urban emissions, as many early models emit way in excess of accepted limits.
With just a matter of days to go before the launch of London’s Ultra-Low Emission Zone, the fleet industry has again called for more support to help businesses comply with clean air zones.
Local authority will instead spend £32 million to reduce air pollution and improve congestion in the city.
ClientEarth has written to 38 local authorities in England and Wales warning of the legal risk of inaction on air pollution
Defra approves plan to tackle poor air quality in Birmingham and gives £52.2 million to help implement scheme.
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