With London’s Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) having launched on 8 April, LoCITY took the focus of its latest industry roadshow beyond this world-first policy and into the future of cleaner fuels for commercial vehicles.
Cardiff council leaders have, as expected, rejected proposals to include a charging clean air zone as part of the city’s plans to cut pollution.
Bedford Borough Council is to switch nearly 300 fleet vehicles to Shell Gas to Liquid (GTL) fuel as part of a six-month trial.
Grocer Co-op has launched a new online delivery service using electric cargo bikes to transport goods from local stores to consumers within two hours.
The government has given Birmingham City Council the green light to roll out a charging clean air zone (CAZ) and approved £38m of mitigation funding.
Cardiff is set to become the fourth city to reject using a fee charging clean air zone (CAZ) to cut pollution levels.
Mayor of London Sadiq Khan and TfL have launched an action plan for managing freight movements in the capital, which they say have increased by around 20% since 2010.
A plan to introduce a clean air zone in Bath, which will cost non-Euro 6 HGVs £100 a day to enter but exempt all cars, has been slammed by the FTA.
The London Assembly has backed the FTA’s call earlier this month to re-instate a dedicated freight chief at TfL.
Greater Manchester has revealed proposals to implement a charging clean air zone (CAZ) spanning all 10 local authorities in the region by 2021.