The UK is on target to exceed the legal limits for four out of the five pollutants covered by the National Emissions Ceilings Regulations 2018, according to new data.
Bath has become the first city outside London to launch a clean air zone (CAZ) today (March 15) in order to tackle illegal levels of air pollution.
Oxford is moving closer to the introduction of a zero emission zone (ZEZ), after the city council gave the green light to a ZEZ pilot this August.
The UK has broken the law by “systematically and persistently” breaching air pollution limits and not acting quickly enough, the EU’s top court has ruled.
Bristol City Council has agreed its final proposals for a clean air zone (CAZ) and will submit them to Government.
Bristol City Council is planning to introduce a charging clean air zone (CAZ) after modelling showed it is necessary to improve air quality.
Transport Minister Rachel Maclean has said the green number plates used on EVs could unlock cheaper parking and free-entry into zero emission zones.
A group of MPs are recommending that the Government pauses the rollout of Clean Air Zones (CAZ) and reviews whether they are still required.
Andy Burnham, Mayor for Greater Manchester Combined Authority, said the Covid-19 pandemic won't hold back the region's transport ambitions.
Leeds’ planned clean air zone (CAZ) is ‘no longer required' due to a shift to cleaner vehicles a review by Leeds City Council and Government has concluded.
Bath will launch the first charging clean air zone (CAZ) outside London on March 15, 2021.
European Parliament has ruled that cars will need to meet EU limits on NOx emissions under real-world driving conditions by September 2022.
Bristol City Council is looking to introduce alternative options to improve air quality after it said it may scrap plans to introduce a clean air zone (CAZ).
Leeds City Council has stopped financial support for its planned clean air zone (CAZ) while it conducts an ‘urgent’ review with Government into pollution levels.
Birmingham City Council has approved a new air quality action plan for public consultation.
The introduction of Britain’s biggest Clean Air Zone has been delayed due to the Covid-19 crisis.
Earlier this year, the UK announced plans to bring forward the ban on the product of new diesel and petrol cars to 2035. But urgent measures like this one are necessary.
Lambeth Council has introduced £20 fines for drivers who leave their engine running whilst stationary to improve air quality in the London borough.
Birmingham City Council and Leeds City Council have requested the postponement of their Clean Air Zone introductions due to the disruptions caused by the coronavirus.
Leeds City Council has confirmed that its delayed Clean Air Zone (CAZ) will go live before the end of 2020.