How to collaboratively accelerate action and make net zero transport a reality - inspired by lessons from Denmark, recently ranked the world’s greenest country.
The eye-watering bill for the UK to reach carbon net zero by 2050 - forecast to be £1.4 trillion for the nation as a whole - will be dwarfed by the cost of failing to limit global warming.
The Government has set out its policies and proposals for decarbonising all sectors of the UK economy to meet net zero targets by 2050.
Industry body wants to see the UK Government reduce legal limits for pollutants, following the World Health Organisation’s (WHO) new limits.
Motorists exceeding the 50mph speed limits on some of the most polluted roads in Wales could be fined from next Monday (October 4).
T&E has warned the European Commission against watering down upcoming Euro 7 emissions standards under any pressure from vehicle manufacturers.
The Government should legalise private and shared e-scooters and give Transport for London (TfL) the power to manage shared schemes, says Centre for London.
The report by Centre for London looks at how micromobility vehicles could help to reduce car use, cut carbon emissions, and improve air quality.
The report outlines Go-Ahead and Arup's vision for how future mobility hubs can be developed for different contexts within the UK.
Public transport operator, Go-Ahead Group, has partnered with engineering and consulting firm, Arup, to create a blueprint for sustainable transport hubs.
On-train concentrations of nitrogen dioxide can be higher than next to major central London roads, according to new research.
Bath & North East Somerset Council has been on a four-year journey to launch its clean air zone (CAZ), one of the first outside London to implement an area that charges non-compliant businesses.
The Government’s consultation on the proposed CO2 emissions regulatory framework for all newly sold road vehicles in the UK closes on September 22.
Free app, EV8 Switch, calculates how much drivers could save by switching to an electric vehicle (EV) compared to their current petrol or diesel vehicle.
TfGM is set to launch a digital platform enabling businesses and commercial vehicle operators to apply for government support to buy low emission vehicles.
Greater Manchester has begun installing cameras and signage ahead of the launch of its clean air zone (CAZ) in May 2022.
E10 fuel – a blend of petrol and 10% renewable ethanol – is available from petrol stations from today (September 1).
Transport for London (TfL) has opened a new rapid charging hub at Glass Yard in Woolwich, with eight charging points that can charge cars in 20-30 minutes.
Manchester is launching a £120 million fund in November to help people switch to cleaner vehicles ahead of introducing its clean air zone (CAZ) next year.
A new procurement framework has been launched with the addition of a new hydrogen bus lot to to help the public sector access hydrogen buses.