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Local Transport Today
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The Scottish Government is commissioning research into how  developments in road vehicle energy sources could affect carbon dioxide emissions.... continue
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A programme of traffic management measures in Portsmouth is unlikely to deliver any tangible benefits to air quality, according to a modelling study... continue
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Chargemaster has been selected to run the Plugged-in Midlands network of electric vehicle charging points following a competitive tender exercise run... continue
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The Government’s Committee on Climate Change has warned of a policy gap to cut carbon dioxide emissions in the transport sector.  The... continue
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The Government’s reform plans for Vehicle Excise Duty (VED) will weaken incentives to purchase low emission vehicles, say experts. VED will be... continue
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Andrew Forster
Chargemaster, the largest operator of electric vehicle charging points in the UK, is to install more than 2,000 new points across the country to... continue
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Transport for London is consulting on measures to cut emissions from taxis and private hire vehicles (PHVs), which will support the ultra-low... continue
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Lee Baker
Conservative-backing newspapers have thrown their weight behind the Davies Commission's recommendation for a third runway west of Heathrow,... continue
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EU regulators have agreed new test procedures that will, for the first time, measure the ‘real world’ emissions of diesel cars under the... continue
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Organisations are being invited to bid for a share of a £700,000 fund to deliver electric bike hire schemes across England. Carplus is managing... continue
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Rik Thomas
Before the General Election, the chief executive of IAG (the company that owns British Airways), Willie Walsh, “attacked the UK’s main... continue
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Lee Baker
The author of an influential report on the economics of climate change has identified that countries' carbon reduction pledges ahead of a UN summit... continue
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Lee Baker
Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg said this morning he will stick "very diligently and religiously and stubbornly" to his party's front-page priorities,... continue
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Local Transport Today
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20mph speed limits were front page news in Cambridge last week as the 20’s Plenty conference took place in the city. “Cambridge is often... continue
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On 5 March London’s Evening Standard announced on its front page (pictured below) that: “London’s pollution shame was today laid... continue
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Local authorities and bus operators in England and Wales are being invited to bid to a £30m Low Emission Bus Scheme run by the DfT’s... continue
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The Government has shortlisted 12 parts of the UK for a share of a £35m fund to become centres of excellence in low emission... continue
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The UK’s first hydrogen production and bus refuelling station has opened in Aberdeen. The facility at the city council’s depot in... continue
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The Airports Commission has received 68,000 responses to its consultation on the three shortlisted options for airport expansion: a third runway at... continue
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