Plans for a controversial clean air zone (CAZ) in Coventry have been abandoned in a move the RHA has described as “a victory for common sense”.
Operators concerned about the impact that the Sheffield Clean Air Zone may have on their business are encouraged to attend a free half-day event on 17 March.
Hauliers are calling on the Welsh government not to follow England in creating “expensive” and “inflexible” clean air zones.
Operators are encouraged to apply for a £100,000 grant to support zero-emission freight consolidation across the city of Bristol.
As well as hearing first-hand the latest updates on Sheffield’s Clean Air Zone from senior councillors, next month’s Motor Transport roadshow provides an opportunity for fleet operators to learn peer to peer what to expect when taking the plunge with alternative fuels.
DPD has agreed a deal with vehicle manufacturer MAN Truck & Bus UK for 100 eTGE electric vans.
CEVA Logistics is using its Urban Distribution Hub at Dartford, Kent to undertake an electric vehicle trial for lorries delivering into central London.
The first prototypes of the new van from London Electric Vehicle Company (LEVC) have begun production at the company’s factory in Ansty, Coventry, ahead of its debut at this year’s CV show on 28 April.
Cabinet secretary for transport, infrastructure and connectivity, Michael Matheson, will be opening the Scotland Clean Air Roadshow in Edinburgh with a topical keynote speech.
Operators are encouraged to attend a free half-day roadshow next month to learn more about the city’s clean air zone (CAZ).