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The BVRLA and colleagues from the fleet sector met with officials in Coventry last week to discuss future mobility options and plans to improve air quality. This follows a request from government for the city to take action to address illegally high levels of air pollution.
Members can now access a suite of free printed, digital and social media communication tools to help keep customers updated on the status of Clean Air Zones.
This week 14 regional mayors and politicians from across the UK have backed calls by the group UK100 for increased funding for those affected by Clean Air Zones.
On Wednesday 4th September 2019 Chancellor Sajid Javid makes a Spending Round statement to Parliament setting out departmental budgets for 2020-21.
In its Away with All Cars report, think tank Common Wealth, along with campaign groups We Own It and Greenpeace UK, has suggested London should eliminate the private car by 2030.
Bristol residents and affected businesses have one week left to respond to the Council’s Clean Air Zone (CAZ) consultation.
Leeds City Council is inviting HGV operators to submit grant applications to upgrade non-compliant vehicles prior to the implementation of the Leeds Clean Air Charging Zone (CAZ).
The BVRLA Position Papers outline the association’s views, objectives and engagement activity relating to key policy areas affecting the industry.
Bristol City Council’s clean air plan modelling shows that the city’s nitrogen dioxide levels would not reach legal compliance until 2028/2029 under proposed plans.
Findings from the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA)’s 2018 Vehicle Emissions Testing Programme highlight the threat to air quality improvements in ultra-low emission zones (ULEZs) caused by emissions from some Euro 6 vehicles.
Greater Manchester has received a ministerial instruction to accelerate by two years plans to include vans in its Clean Air Zone.
The BVRLA’s first ever Future Mobility Congress held in Birmingham last week was positively received with over 150 delegates in attendance.