Guest Truck and Van has supplied Selco with its first Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) trucks.
The All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Road Freight and Logistics is recommending that the Government pauses the rollout of Clean Air Zones (CAZ) and reviews whether they are still required.
A wireless charging hub for light commercial vehicles (LCVs) will be installed at Heriot Watt University’s Edinburgh campus in early 2021.
An e-cargo bike trial has demonstrated how short journeys in towns and cities that previously required commercial vehicles can be transformed.
Birmingham has joined Bath in announcing a start date for its charging clean air zone (CAZ) after the schemes were approved by Government.
Pandemic-influenced improvements to air quality look like being lost as country gets mobile.
A new electric cargo bike range – the Raleigh E-Cargo – will be available in the UK and Ireland from September.
Almost half of UK fleets expect to be affected by the introduction of Clean Air Zones (CAZ) and the London Ultra-Low Emissions zone (ULEZ).
Southampton City Council has taken delivery of 24 all-electric Renault Kangoo Z.E.33 Panel Vans.
Time to ‘pause and assess’ says FTA as towns and cities report record low pollution levels .
Greater Manchester is asking Government for a £98 million ‘clean commercial vehicle fund’ after announcing its clean air zone will be delayed until 2022.
Leeds City Council has joined Birmingham in asking the Government to delay implementing its clean air zone (CAZ), which was due to go live on September 28.
A zero emission zone (ZEZ) due to open in Oxford at the end of the year has been delayed to summer 2021.
Zenith has called for the government to coordinate a national approach to clean air zones in response to aid a smooth transition for businesses.
Highways England hopes to fund more free electric van trials for local businesses, after launching a scheme in West Yorkshire.
The the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Road Freight and Logistics (APPG) inquiry wants to hear from fleet operators and councils.
FN50 research found an average of 13% were being returned early, up six percentage points on the previous year.
Plans for a clean air zone (CAZ) in Bristol could leave 830,000 commercial vehicles facing charges in its first year of operation.