Transport for London (TfL) declares “major milestone” in tackling air pollution as London's 9,000 buses all now meet, or exceed, Euro VI emissions standard.
Oxford City councillor Tom Hayes has declared 2021 a “landmark year in Oxford’s journey to improve air quality and tackle the climate emergency”.
Coventry and Oxford could be awarded up to £50 million each to switch their entire bus fleets to electric by 2025.
Greater Manchester is to add a further 24 miles of permanent walking and cycle routes with £15.97 million from the Government’s Active Travel fund.
Hydrogen Europe represents 185 industry members and 25 national hydrogen association and promotes the use of hydrogen in the EU.
LeasePlan UK's managing director Alfonso Martinez looks back at the biggest challenges and breakthroughs of the year.
The European Commission has published its Sustainable and Smart Mobility Strategy to put transport on the continent "on track for the future".
In its Vision for Decarbonising Road Freight document, the Road Haulage Association (RHA) sets out what it believes is needed to bring about fundamental change
Electricity is often the first solution that comes to mind when considering how to reduce air pollution generated by road transport. But it is not practical in every instance
London has been named as the third best rated city in Europe for its sustainable transport, according to new research from Uswitch.com.
The Sixth Carbon Budget provides advice on the volume of greenhouse gases the UK can emit during the period 2033-2037.
Transport & Environment has warned that the EU risks undoing its climate change goals after delaying a decision on the future of national targets.
Non-residents of Greater London could be charged to drive into the city region if the Government does not agree to give the capital £500 million from vehicle excise duty (VED).
The UK Government has set a new target to reduce annual greenhouse gas emissions by at least 68% by 2030, compared to 1990 levels.
A group of MPs are recommending that the Government pauses the rollout of Clean Air Zones (CAZ) and reviews whether they are still required.
A group of transport businesses and organisations have partnered with ClientEarth to call on the Government to fast-track air quality action.
Four out of five UK consumers would support carbon labelling on services like public transport, according to a new survey.
C40 Cities has put together a guide to launching a green bank to fund a sustainable recovery from Covid-19.