The barriers local authorities face when implementing a clean air zone scheme to tackle local air pollution and how they can secure public buy-in will be discussed at this year’s Smart Transport National Conference.
We are giving away two free tickets to the Smart Transport National Conference to celebrate World Car Free Day.
By Paul Tuohy, chief executive officer, Campaign for Better Transport
A judge today ruled that the London Mayor's plan to extend the Ulez emission zone to the whole of London is lawful.
Operators of harder-to-electrify heavy duty vehicles are being urged to consider renewable fuels to cut their greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
Despite attracting much controversy, Low Traffic Neighbourhoods (LTNs) are not the ‘election-defining issue’ many believe them to be, new research suggests.
Parcel delivery giant UPS has launched its first walking freight trial on public land to support the reduction of emissions and congestion in Fitzrovia, Central London.
A new approach to travelling around the West Midlands using a region-wide app which includes all transport modes has moved a step closer.
A council’s decision not to introduce a charging clean air zone (CAZ) has been justified after new figures show emissions continue to tumble.
London, Paris, Brussels, Moscow and New York comprise the top five most congested cities in the world, according to traffic experts Inrix.
Reducing reliance on cars is essential if the UK is to achieve net zero, says Emilia Hanna at Possible
Private hire vehicles licensed for the first time with Transport for London (TfL) will now be required to be zero emission capable in a bid to improve air quality.
Campaign for Better Transport asks that we plan our journeys differently and leave our cars at home for World Car Free Day
Carolyn Axtell of climate charity Possible comments on World Car Free Day
Until planes can shake off their reliance on fossil fuels, the only way to cut aviation emissions will be to fly less
When local authorities propose changes affecting road usage, they often face initial resistance, but, with patience, attitudes can change
The EU Parliament has voted to back a European Commission proposal for a ban on the sale of new petrol and diesel cars from 2035.
Transport for London (TfL) is to launch a consultation this year on expanding the city’s ultra-low emission zone (ULEZ) in 2023.
The debate regarding why or when local authorities should decarbonise their transport systems is over. What policies can start cutting greenhouse gas emissions?
Walking is the most basic form of travel – perhaps that’s why it has been constantly overlooked when it comes to transport policy