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Nick Brownrigg, BVRLA Vice-Chair and Chief Executive Officer at Alphabet GB discusses business opportunities presented by a shift in attitude towards flexible travel options and environmental consciousness.
The BVRLA Position Papers outline the association’s views, objectives and engagement activity relating to key policy areas affecting the industry.
The Government has launched a call for evidence asking for information and views on three areas of the Future of transport regulatory review.
On Wednesday 4th September 2019 Chancellor Sajid Javid makes a Spending Round statement to Parliament setting out departmental budgets for 2020-21.
The Government must support flexible, pay-as-you-go forms of motoring in order to improve the urban environment and encourage people to walk, cycle and use more public transport.
The BVRLA is hosting its first ever Future Mobility Congress in Birmingham later this week, with over 140 senior delegates from the rental, leasing and fleet sectors registered to attend.
Mobility Credits were also covered in a recent editorial for GreenFleet Magazine, where the BVRLA explored how a ‘pay-as-you-go’ approach to road transport can drive future mobility.
Caroline Pidgeon, Liberal Democrat Member of the London Assembly, has written to London Mayor Sadiq Khan endorsing the BVRLA’s mobility credits scrappage scheme, which offers a mobility credit in exchange for a household scrapping its older, more polluting vehicle.
Smart, integrated urban delivery options fit for the future will be debated this July at the BVRLA’s Future Mobility Congress.
In this week’s BVRLA Blog, Toby Poston, the association’s Director of External Relations, talks about the challenges of urban transport and sustainable planning through the ages, from horses to modern day mobility services.
Last week, the BVRLA attended the launch of the Government’s Future of mobility: urban strategy.
The BVRLA has released a policy paper outlining how a mobility credits scheme can be used in conjunction with new technologies such as integrated Mobility as a Service (MaaS) platforms to incentivise more sustainable journeys involving public, shared and active transport.