Birmingham City Council has published details of its preferred clean air zone (CAZ) plans, ahead of a board decision next week (26 June), which could see non-Euro-6 lorries facing up to £100 per day to enter. The council’s feasibility studies have shown that a category D CAZ would be the most effective air quality measure for the city. It would apply to HGVs, buses/coaches, vans, taxis/private hire and cars. It is proposed that the CAZ should cover all roads within […]
RHA applauds Harrow Council decision to scrap cycle lanes after residents complain of rising congestion
The RHA has welcomed Harrow Council’s decision to scrap part of its Low Traffic Neighbourhood (LTN) scheme after a review found the scheme increased congestion and pollution levels as well as delaying emergency services.
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Leyland Trucks is to participate in a DfT project designed to help operators make the transition to battery electric vehicles.