Need to find out more about Scottish low emission zones (LEZs)? Then put 2 April 2020 in your diary. The Scottish Government has committed to introducing LEZs across its four largest cities by the end of this year, while further air quality hotspots areas are expected to follow suit by 2023. Glasgow was first off the mark, launching its LEZ in 2018 focusing firstly on cleaning up the bus sector, however this will extend to all vehicles by the end […]
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Commercial vehicles have “a very big role” to play in reducing road transport carbon emissions in the future, according to the head of the Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership (LCVP). Speaking to Motortransport.co.uk after an event this week (29 January) marking the tenth anniversary of the public-private partnership, LCVP MD Andy Eastlake said both light and heavy commercial vehicles would play their parts in cutting emissions. To his end, LCVP is currently working on the development of a strategy to encourage […]
The RHA has labelled transport minister Jesse Norman as complacent after he belatedly revealed plans to create a national charging infrastructure to prevent the creation of a “patchwork” of clean air zones (CAZs) with differing charges and regulations.