Leeds City Council has confirmed that its delayed Clean Air Zone (CAZ) will go live before the end of 2020.
Leeds City Council says its delayed Clean Air Zone (CAZ) will finally go live later this year.
Businesses have been awarded more than £3.7 million by Leeds City Council to help them upgrade their vehicles before it introduces its clean air zone (CAZ).
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.
Economic uncertainty and potential air quality restrictions have created a challenging funding environment for vans over the past year.
Adding low emission vehicles to a fleet can cut CO2 and costs. But what does an organisation need to consider? Andrew Ryan reports.
Clean Air Zone (CAZ) consultations are heating up with the release of a revised proposal from Leeds City Council.
A national competition to design roads fit for driverless cars and the growth of the UK road network has shortlisted five entrants into the final round.
Fleet boss Terry Pycroft embraces the role of zero emissions champion and is keen to share his experiences with other councils. Stephen Briers reports.
The Leeds Air Quality roundtable has seen fleet managers urge local authorities across the country to develop CAZ (clean air zone) consistency.
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