Sheffield City Council has announced plans to create a clean air zone, including charges for vehicles using the inner ring road.
The Energy Saving Trust (EST) has launched a new scheme to bring local authorities and businesses together to try and create clarity over Clean Air Zone projects.
Local authorities should focus on bringing in workplace parking levies rather than introducing Clean Air Zones, a leading transport academic has claimed.
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.
Fleet News collates the purpose, the plans, the goals - and an interactive map - of the UK's Clean Air Zones.
The BVRLA has welcomed Derby City Council’s plans to apply new air quality traffic management measures instead of opting for a charging Clean Air Zone (CAZ).
Banning diesel could help cities achieve air quality compliance in the shortest time, but punishing the fuel too quickly could halt the development of alternatives.
Three-quarters (75%) of leased cars and 94% of the car rental fleet already comply with clean air zone requirements 15 months before the first zones are expected to begin operation.
A cross-party parliamentary motion has been tabled calling on Chancellor Philip Hammond to end red diesel for transport refrigeration ahead on the Budget on October 29.
Air pollution in a number of UK towns and cities is worse than previously feared according to a new Government plan ordered by the High Court after legal action by ClientEarth.
One in five fleet operators say they will pay fines if charged to enter clean air zones (CAZs), rather than replace older vehicles with new, cleaner models, new research suggests.
Slough Borough Council is to look at the feasibility of introducing a clean air zone after the approval of the Slough Low Emission Strategy.
New car sales in Europe must be diesel and petrol-free before 2030 if the sector is to stay within its carbon budget for keeping global warming within 1.5 degrees.
ALD Automotive, in association with Lombard Vehicle Solutions, host the event, with the University of the West of England (UWE), to examine the future of business mobility.
The AA says that the pace of change could leave some fleet managers behind.
Consultations in three cities – Derby, Nottingham, and Southampton – mandated by Government to consider introducing clean air zones, are coming to a close.
Clean cars and vans could be fitted with new green number plates under Government plans to promote awareness of ultra-low emission vehicles (ULEVs).
The Government funding aims to support fleets with the uptake of e-Cargo bikes as an alternative to diesel vans for last-mile deliveries.
Derby City Council is considering three different options to meet its legal obligation to improve air quality.
Four in 10 small and medium sized businesses are unaware clean air zones will arrive in the UK as early as next year, a survey from the BVRLA suggests.
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