A deal to provide emergency funding to Transport for London (TfL) could rely on the expansion of London’s congestion charge zone.
The Association of Fleet Professionals says fleets need to be able to plan EV strategies if a ban on the sale of new diesel and petrol cars is brought forward.
The Government is being urged to only allow businesses to operate pure electric cars and vans from 2030.
The Government wants to close a loophole in the law around the use of hand-held mobile phones behind the wheel.
Rail passenger journeys in Great Britain fell to the lowest levels last seen in the mid-nineteenth century.
The aim is for the fleet, rental and leasing sector to own and operating around 900,000 battery electric vehicles (BEVs) within five years.
Fleets that use telematics are being urged to help researchers ahead of the introduction of charging clean air zones (CAZs) next year.
But RAC data suggests increased traffic a result of the school-run rather than commuters travelling to work.
To celebrate World EV Day, we’ve compiled the latest, top stories including the Government announcement of plans to accelerate EV uptake and the roll out of a new EV support service from the AA.
The drink-drive limit in England and Wales is being questioned after new data showed more than 23 people a day were killed or injured.
Deliveroo, Uber, Tesco and Ocado will help identify hot-spots for pothole repairs in a data-driven review launched by the Department for Transport (DfT).
Bathgate Business Finance has appointed Rachel Berry as its new business development manager.
Worries around charging infrastructure have been cited as the biggest perceived disadvantage to electric vehicles, according to a DfT survey.
Road upgrades are being kickstarted by the Transport Secretary today, with the launch of a new ‘Acceleration Unit’ and £360m funding boost for road and rail projects.
But public transport is still struggling to hit anyway near the passenger numbers it would typically expect, according to new data from the DfT.
Almost three-quarters (72%) of business trips were made by car or van in 2019, according to new data in the National Travel Survey.
Micromobility could be set to transform the way commuters and business travellers get around towns and cities.
Motorists report an increase in driver distraction from infotainment systems, sat navs and mobile phones, research from Venson Automotive Solutions suggests.
There were 1,748 people killed on the roads in Great Britain last year, according to provisional figures published by the Department for Transport (DfT) today.
Government plans to end the sale of new diesel and petrol vehicles by 2035, or earlier, would fail to recognise the diverse needs of fleet operators.
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