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Freight operators delivering into Scotland are invited to attend a free half-day workshop to learn how plans for Low Emission Zones (LEZs) in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Aberdeen and Dundee will affect them.

Scotland’s four biggest cities have all been tasked with introducing LEZs by 2020, with further cities expected to come on-board by 2023.

This free roadshow will see policy-makers from Transport Scotland, city councils and the RHA engage directly with delegates on LEZ progress to date, with questions welcomed from the audience throughout.

You’ll then be able to attend a series of practical workshops to help prepare your fleet for LEZ rollout, and help you explore new clean vehicle technology, funding, leasing and refuelling options.

In addition, there will be a wide range of Euro-6 and alternative fuelled vans and lorries on display at the event, with manufacturers on hand to guide you in finding a good fit for your business.

It is free to attend, but you must register your place as numbers are capped at 200.

The Scottish Clean Air Roadshow, organised by MT and Transport News, takes place at Hampden Park, Glasgow, on 26 March.