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 […]
The 33rd Motor Transport Awards returns to the Grosvenor House Hotel in London’s Park Lane on 3 July 2019 to celebrate, recognise and reward excellence in the road freight transport industry.
Government support for Nottingham’s decision to reject plans for a charging clean air zone (CAZ) had opened the door for other cities to follow its example, according to the FTA.