London will mark ‘World Car Free Day’ this Sunday (September 22) with more than 20 kilometres of closed roads around Tower Bridge, London Bridge and the City of London.
AA’s business services team reminds fleet managers, rental companies finance providers to refresh drivers on requirements for driving in Europe this summer.
Fleet decision-makers face a number of demanding challenges next year. Here, Andrew Ryan looks at some of the actions they can take to improve their operations
The City of London Corporation has announced plans for a pilot scheme limiting access to the south section of Moor Lane, near Moorgate, to ultra-low emission vehicles.
Glasgow’s initial focus will be on buses but all vehicles will be included by the end of 2022
Local authorities in Scotland could be given the power to create and enforce Low Emission Zones under proposals by the Scottish government.
Scotland’s transport minister, Humza Yousaf, has said that 95.5% of respondents to a consultation support the principle of Low Emission Zones.
Neighbourhoods of the Future includes new school low emission zone in Camden, charging points in Hackney, and a zero emission street and Low Emission Zone in Hammersmith.
Three London boroughs have been awarded a total of £766,000 to help accelerate the switch to zero emission vehicles to tackle air pollution.
An LPG powered TX2 Taxi will face a final round of assessment with TfL, to prove its worth as a low-emission alternative to traditional diesel models.
Technologies have matured since Cenex entered the ‘valley of death’ to bring fleets and brands together, as Christopher Smith finds out
Almost a quarter (23%) of UK firms would prefer to pay a charge than invest in upgraded fleets to operate in clean air zones, according to RAC Business research.
An ultra-low emission zone (ULEZ) could be expanded beyond central London if the capital’s boroughs get their way.
Transport for London is making its final call for feedback on proposals to introduce the world’s first Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) in the capital on 7 September 2020, as the public consultation enters its final weeks.
A BVRLA-assembled group of fleet representatives has suggested a package of incentives and actions that would help kick-start the market for ultra-low emission vehicles.
More than one million vans on the road at the end of last year would not be eligible for London’s new Low Emission Zone.
Renault and Fiat are the latest van manufacturers to offer incentives to buy cleaner vehicles.
A new initiative is underway to help van and minibus drivers get compliant for the next phase of the London Low Emission Zone – and save money on fuel.
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