LoCITY is looking to step up support to the industry as it reaches its mid-way point, with more focused workstreams and enhanced interaction with operators engaged with the scheme. Launched in January 2016, LoCITY is a five-year programme to help commercial vehicle fleets prepare and comply with the Ultra Low Emission Zone coming into force next April. However since its launch, “much has changed”, according to Christina Calderato, head of delivery planning at TfL, with the scheme evolving accordingly to keep […]
The infrastructure and vehicle options for the widespread adoption of gas-powered commercial vehicles is there, delegates at the LoCity Fuels in Action seminar heard this week, but there is more to it that simply swapping diesel for gas in the tank.
Finding sustainable ways to handle delivery and servicing journeys to homes and businesses was the focus of TfL’s LoCITY roadshow held at CEME Conference Centre, Rainham this week (20 November).
Deputy London mayor for environment and energy, Shirley Rodriguez, has pledged her support to the drive towards lower emission commercial vehicles.