The Government has announced funding of more than £200 million for a zero-emission road freight demonstrator programme.
Parcel lockers can help cut last mile delivery CO2 emission by as much as 13,845 kg a year, according to a new report by Last Mile Experts.
MP Greg Smith has been elected as the new chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Road Freight and Logistics.
Amazon has started converting its UK truck fleet to electric after taking delivery of five Daf CF Electric HGVs.
After years of paying lip service to the concept that freight carried by rail will result in fewer lorries on the road, the Government seems ready to act
The latest strategies to address the big challenge of decarbonising freight will feature as part of a special breakout session at the next Smart Transport Conference.
Electric truck company Volta has raised €230 million (£192m) in a latest funding round as it looks to ramp up production plans this year.
Aberdeen City Council has joined a Europe-wide trial hydrogen truck programme to help reduce public sector transport emissions.
A new road toll system will be implemented across EU member states from May 2023 that will give big incentives for zero-emission trucks.
First Hydrogen has appointed Steve Gill as a director and as chief executive to lead its UK automotive division.
Clare Linton, policy and research advisor at the Urban Transport Group discusses how greening urban freight is key to decarbonising city regions.
This report by Urban Transport Group highlights how freight is vital to the effective functioning of the UK economy.
Transport and planning have not been the easiest of bedfellows, but the drive towards net-zero heralds a new era for both.
The Government views the development of hydrogen as an intrinsic element of its goal to achieve net zero, but it isn’t the only possible solution.
Transport for the North (TfN) is urging residents to have their say on its draft decarbonisation strategy before the consultation closes at midday on August 31.
The promise of low-carbon freight report looks at the benefits of electric cargo (e-cargo) bikes in London.
Electric cargo (e-cargo) bikes can deliver goods about 60% faster than vans in London, according to new research.
The Government has published its formal response to the National Infrastructure Commission’s (NIC) 2019 study on the future of freight.
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The Government has announced a £20 million fund for zero-emission road freight projects, including feasibility studies into electric road systems and hydrogen fuel cell trucks.