Leeds city council, West Yorkshire Combined Authority and Bradford council have secured funding for 32 new e-cargo bikes for businesses in the area to trial.
The new funding round has been announced by the Energy Saving Trust and the Department for Transport (DfT).
Electric Assisted Vehicles (EAV) has launched the EAV2Charge, a new ultra-lightweight commercial vehicle based on its EAV2Cubed model.
A trial allowing businesses in Leeds to borrow electric cargo bikes for deliveries has been launched.
An e-cargo bike trial has demonstrated how short journeys in towns and cities that previously required commercial vehicles can be transformed.
A community based cycling organisation in Glasgow is using a fleet of e-cargo bikes for last mile deliveries in the city.