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The main theme of this year’s BVRLA Industry Conference will be Air Quality, Energy and Emissions, and Transport Minister Andrew Jones will share the government's approach to air quality.
The BVRLA welcomes the opportunity to contribute to Transport for London’s consultation on the proposals for an Ultra-Low Emission Zone.
Bath and North East Somerset Council has launched a consultation on proposals to introduce a Clean Air Zone that will apply charges to non-compliant, higher emitting vehicles by the end of 2020.
The BVRLA is critical of Leeds City Council’s plans to introduce a new Clean Air Zone from January 2020 which will charge thousands of HGVs £50 per day to enter.
Oxford’s City and County Councils have announced their intention to introduce a Zero Emission Zone in the city by 2020, which will prevent all petrol and diesel vehicles from entering parts of the city centre.
Following a consultation earlier this year, London Mayor Sadiq Khan has unveiled his plans for an extended Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ), which would encompass London boroughs up to both the North and South Circular roads.
The BVRLA has submitted a formal response to Transport for Greater Manchester, in answer to their call for feedback on their 5-year draft delivery plan.
With just under six weeks to go until the Ultra-Low Emission Zone takes effect in central London, Mayor Sadiq Khan has opened a van scrappage fund to help small businesses and charities who need to upgrade their vehicles.
Bristol, London, Milton Keynes and Nottingham have been awarded significant funds to support the take-up of ultra-low emission vehicles (ULEVs) after successfully bidding for a share of a £40m pot created by the Department for Transport.
The government has approved Leeds City Council’s plans to introduce a Clean Air Zone (CAZ) that will charge non-Euro VI trucks £50 per day to enter parts of the city from 6th January 2020.
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.
Transport for London’s Project Communications Specialist, Catherine Westoby explains what steps are being taken tackle the capital’s air pollution crisis to improve the health and wellbeing of Londoners.