Andrew Ryan looks at the principles of Future of Mobility: Urban Strategy report and their meaning
A number of cities are planning WPLs seven years after Nottingham launched its pioneering scheme. We look at what fleets can learn from the city’s experiences
Nottingham City Council becomes the first local authority to have plans to improve air quality approved by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra).
Adding low emission vehicles to a fleet can cut CO2 and costs. But what does an organisation need to consider? Andrew Ryan reports.
A new initiative has been launched in Nottingham with the aim of increasing the uptake of electric vehicles, as well as improving air quality in the city.
East Midlands council lags behind Leeds in terms of publishing its CAZ consultation document, but the authority believes it is ahead in other ways.
Chargemaster has won a contract to install and operate charging points in Nottingham, Nottinghamshire and Derby over the next three years.
The Workplace Travel Service offers expert advice, fleet reviews and funding for employers looking to invest in lower emission transport.
Nottingham City Council is ramping up its electric vehicle plans as the city looks to tackle air pollution by introducing a Clean Air Zone (CAZ).
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