Dublin City Council has published a comprehensive Covid-19 recovery plan with a raft of new public transport and active travel measures.
A panel of respected economists and environment experts has called for a huge expansion in the green economy to lead the UK’s recovery from Covid-19 pandemic.
The introduction of Britain’s biggest Clean Air Zone has been delayed due to the Covid-19 crisis.
Oxford City Council is exploring ‘once in a generation’ improvements to to transform the city centre to make better use of public space.
Transport for London (TfL) has announced plans to exclude cars from central London and increase the Congestion Charge.
Lambeth Council has introduced £20 fines for drivers who leave their engine running whilst stationary to improve air quality in the London borough.
The majority of the British public support proposals for weekly car-free days in town and city centres, according to a nationwide poll.
Planners face pressure to make land available for residential use, while delivery companies are finding themselves on the periphery, reports Mark Smulian
Roads near schools could be temporarily closed to discourage parents from driving their children to school – and encourage more walking, cycling and scooting.
I was convinced that this year would be dominated by c for carbon and the journey towards net zero. However, c for Covid-19 has has prompted a huge amount of change.
A bold political vision allied to urgent action has transformed travel within a city where cycling now prospers alongside scooters and Segways are set to follow
A free vehicle emissions database has been launched to help car buyers look up how damaging their next choice might be to future air quality.
Stephen Joseph is keeping a watchful eye on how our politicians will tackle transport issues – and whether they can keep their promises
A study by Harvard University has confirmed the link between areas with higher levels of air pollution and a higher mortality rate with COVID-19.
Satellite images have revealed how air pollution has fallen dramatically in cities across the world due to COVID-19 lockdown measures.
The top-down approach has failed to drive significant change to reach carbon neutrality.
Legally binding targets have been set for harmful emissions yet authorities are not devoting enough thought to them, says AECOM's Kristina Shanidze
The Government has set out which local authorities will get a share of the latest £2.2 million in funding from the Air Quality Grant.
Christian Wolmar looks at night-time working as a solution to the freight challenge
An Eco Levy could generate billions for improving public transport – and might even be a surprise weapon for politicians at the ballot box, says Lisa Hopkinson