Government’s transport decarbonisation plan is welcome in general, but the devil is in the lack of detail, says Paul Tuohy of Campaign for Better Transport
The Covid-19 pandemic has prompted radical changes in the way people travel. The question now is how do we retain the best aspects and ditch the worst?
Smart Transport chair Stephen Joseph comments on the urgent need to decarbonise transport and assesses the Government’s plan
Councils are likely to seek increased funding to enable decarbonisation plan to be adequately addressed at local level, reports Mark Smulian
Major change is needed to decarbonise transport. Jonathan Manning looks at the next steps following the publication of the Government’s plan
The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) is urging government to develop a plan that facilitates the transition to zero emission HGVs.
The SMMT report underlines the need to support powertrain research and infrastructure developments to facilitate the transition to zero emission HGVs.
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.
Longer lorries could be rolled out onto UK roads from as early as 2022, the Government has announced today (August 24).
Four projects aiming to find solutions to decarbonise commercial transport and tackle EV range anxiety have received a share of £91.7 million funding.
The Government expects hydrogen fuel to play an important role in the decarbonisation of heavy transport by 2030, as outlined in its hydrogen strategy.
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The EU has set a target of banning the sale of new petrol and diesel cars by 2035 as part of its Fit for 55 decarbonisation plan.
The RAC Foundation's Still Standing report uncovers how many homes have the potential for off-street parking so that an electric car could be parked and recharged.
A new report by the RAC Foundation has highlighted the opportunity for electric vehicle (EV) charging at home.
A new partnership has been formed to help reduce the environmental impact of commuter emissions.
Zero-emission flight infrastructure has received £3 million of Government funding for research into electric and hydrogen aircraft.
The Government is being urged to introduce measures to ensure the future of the UK’s vehicle manufacturing industry and help drivers make the switch to electric.
More work needed on plan for it to meet Government’s 2050 net zero and sixth carbon budget requirements, says Transport Minister Rachel Maclean.
A decarbonisation strategy for the North of England - setting out the target of near-zero carbon emissions has gone out to public consultation.