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.
Operators of heavy goods vehicles (HGVs) can apply for funding to prepare for the clean air zone (CAZ), says Leeds City Council.
Freight Transport Association (FTA) claims air quality measures proposed by Newcastle City Council will help
Businesses in Greater Manchester face a “regime of punitive daily charges” after the Government instructed the area to bring forward its plans for a clean air zone two years to 2021, FTA has warned.
New stations will increase capacity by 500% to meet demand from hauliers seeking to cut carbon emissions, pollution and haulage costs.
Ford says they are “the ideal solution” for urban and extra urban operations, as it moves into the latter stages of its pilot programme with 15 fleet operators.
CoolKit, a converter of temperature-controlled panel vans, has delivered five fully-electric Renault Kangoo ZE refrigerated vehicles to Petit Forestier.
Some of the UK’s largest van fleet operators – including Arval, Mitie and the London Borough of Tower Hamlets – have made the Clean Van Commitment.
One in four businesses have left it late to prepare for the launch of the Ultra-Low Emissions Zone (ULEZ) in London, says Europcar Mobility Group UK.
FTA calls for the Mayor of Greater Manchester, Andy Burnham, to follow the approaches of Nottingham and Leeds, or risk the livelihoods of many small businesses.
More than half of the vehicles currently operating in clean air zones do not comply with pending emissions standards, research from Masternaut has found.
More than half of the vehicles currently operating in Clean Air Zones (CAZ) are not compliant with the new Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) standards and face fines of up to £400 per day.
Three vehicle retrofit suppliers have been awarded almost £1m in Government funding to support the accreditation of new pollution-cutting technology.
London’s ULEZ will damage small businesses while delivering limited air quality improvements, according to the Freight Transport Association (FTA).