This week's Smart Transport National Conference in Birmingham will host a range of companies pushing the boundaries by offering solutions that support the race to net zero and transport decarbonisation.
The barriers local authorities face when implementing a clean air zone scheme to tackle local air pollution and how they can secure public buy-in will be discussed at this year’s Smart Transport National Conference.
They are quiet, reliable and contribute to zero-carbon public transport – so why do hydrogen-powered buses remain an experimental oddity rather than being a common sight on the roads? Cost is the answer.
How the private and public sectors can work together to transform the UK’s transport network to achieve net zero will be the focus of Smart’s Transport’s two-day national conference taking place in November.