Bus fares will continue to be capped at £2 on single journeys until the end of October before rising to £2.50 until November 2024, the Government announced today.
First Hydrogen’s fuel-cell-powered light commercial vehicle (LCV) has performed better than predicted in tests conducted on UK roads.
More Government support is needed for commercial vehicle operators if they are to decarbonise operations in line with the 2050 net zero target, according to a new report from Logistics UK.
A hydrogen-powered Ford E-Transit will be developed as part of a new project, part funded by the Advanced Propulsion Centre, to meet the needs of companies that require a high payload and extended range.
New research suggests city, urban and regional deliveries with rigid HGVs using electric powertrains, rather than diesel, are on the cusp of being cheaper on a total cost of ownership (TCO) basis.
Dundee Council has opened its fourth public EV charging hub that puts ‘innovation, sustainability, and accessibility’ for all EV drivers at the heart of the design.
Scottish Forestry funding of more than £450,000 will go towards putting electric timber trucks through their paces during a three-year trial.
A new trade body for the electric vehicle (EV) charging industry has launched.
Transport for London (TfL) has unveiled plans to transform Catford town centre which it says will make it easier and safer for people walking, cycling and using the bus.
EAV2Cubed eCargo bikes are being deployed by logistics provider Delivery Mates at a new micro hub facility launched by Westminster City Council.