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.
The Virtual Smart Transport Conference will look at how the movement of goods can be decarbonised during the freight breakout session on June 9.
Rail Freight Group (RFG) has appointed Phil Smart as its new assistant policy manager.
The National Infrastructure Commission has urged Government to set a date for the ban of the sale of new diesel-powered heavy goods vehicles (HGVs) by 2040.
Freight monitoring technology has allowed the private sector to increase efficiency through better supply chain management. But the public sector can gain from making more use of available technologies
MAN Truck & Bus has confirmed it will be offering hydrogen and all electric models in the future to help the freight industry switch to zero emissions.
Day one of the three day Virtual Smart Transport Conference kicks off tomorrow morning at 9:15am and it’s not too late to register for your free ticket.
The Rail Freight Group (RFG) is urging the Government to leverage the full potential of rail freight to decarbonise transport.
The Climate Bonds Initiative has published draft shipping criteria providing a science-based assessment process on low carbon credentials of ships.
A survey of Rail Freight Group (RFG) members highlights challenges facing rail freight sector – but offers hope recovery may not be as protracted as feared.
Transport for London (TfL) will postpone enforcement of new stricter rules for freight vehicles in the capital for at least four months due to the coronavirus pandemic.