The BVRLA has today launched a policy paper making the case for a nationally funded, locally targeted vehicle scrappage scheme that offers a mobility credit in exchange for a household scrapping its older, more polluting vehicle.
The Department for Transport has today published a strategy outlining its approach to maximising the benefits from transport innovation in cities and towns.
The BVRLA will this year host its first Future Mobility Congress on 4 July. This one-day event replaces the previous Fleet Technology Congress and will include expert analysis and debate giving members and guests vital insight to inform their business strategy.
Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Support and the Information Commissioners Office publish data protection advice for businesses preparing for a no-deal Brexit.
The BVRLA today unveiled its Industry Outlook 2019 Report in front of almost 200 industry leaders, trade media and other guests at the association’s annual industry conference.
More than 60 BVRLA members visited the MINI UK plant in Oxford last week for the association’s latest Technical and Operational Management Forum.
The BVRLA has welcomed the announcement by the Mayor of the West Midlands, Andy Street, that the region is to become the UK’s first Future Mobility city.
Introducing electric car club fleets, setting up new integrated mobility platforms or helping businesses to roll-out plug in cars and vans, BVRLA members are driving the uptake of new mobility models.
The Department for Transport (DfT) has launched a consultation to help inform its plans to encourage greater take-up of more sustainable modes of transport. This forms part of the DfT’s work on the ‘Future of Mobility’, which is a focus of the UK Industrial Strategy.
The Government has shared its thinking on how new technology can help make transport greener, safer and more accessible.
Today is National Clean Air Day and organisations, schools and communities across the UK will be taking part in a range of activities to raise awareness of, and galvanise support for, initiatives to improve air quality.
Next month’s BVRLA Fleet Technology Congress will host a session on Mobility as a Service (MaaS), which will include presentations from two of the country’s leading experts on Government mobility policy and business trends.