Southampton City Council has abandoned plans to charge vehicles to enter its proposed clean air zone (CAZ). It said £15m-worth of air quality projects already in action over the past three years have slashed nitrogen dioxide (NOx) levels by 24% in the most polluted areas. These include cleaner city buses, freight consolidation, cleaner fuels used at the port and the introduction of low-emission taxis. The council has also proposed a series of measures it said would further reduce NOx to […]
London haulier ELB Partners has hit out at the government for “moving the goalposts” on plans to phase out diesel engines.
Freight operators are encouraged to take part in Greater Manchester’s Clean Air Plan consultation, which will run for seven weeks.
Howard Tenens has taken delivery of six new Lawrence David longer semi-trailers (LST) in an effort to reduce CO2 emissions from its trunking movements.