Intelligent Transport's Deputy Editor, Leah Hockley, sat down with the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, to discuss London's efforts to deliver sustainable public transport and why it is of such importance to make this shift to zero emission vehicles in the face of rising temperatures and poor air quality.
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More than £100 million has been made available for local authorities to help purchase zero-emissions buses as part of the scheme, which the DfT hopes will help improve air quality.
Richard Dilks of Collaborative Mobility UK explains why the COP26 in Glasgow is such an important opportunity for the transport industry to enact real change in the way we move.
Twenty zero-emission, hydrogen-fuelled double-decker buses will arrive in London next year as TfL invests in reducing the toxicity of the city's air.
16 June 2017 | By Intelligent Transport
A website has been launched to support the issue of using local buses, designed for the general public to go to as a source of information.
5 May 2017 | By Intelligent Transport
The government has published a draft plan to improve air quality by reducing nitrogen dioxide levels in the UK.
14 October 2016 | By Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, Intelligent Transport
Campaign for Better Transport has given is backing to a bid that will see Transport for London (TfL) take over London’s suburban rail routes.
14 July 2016 | By Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, Intelligent Transport
Campaign for better Transport gives reaction on the appointment of Chris Grayling as the new Transport Secretary.
8 June 2016 | By Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, Intelligent Transport
The Government should consider broadening the way public transport is financed in the UK, including the introduction of workplace parking levies, says Campaign for Better Transport following new research published today.
13 April 2015 | By Nick Jackson
Campaign for Better Transport have launched Bus Rescue Mission which aims to raise £5,000 to help local campaigners save their bus routes
25 April 2012 | By Stephen Joseph OBE, Chief Executive Officer, Campaign for Better Transport
The ‘British experiment’ with public transport has been watched by many in Europe – some with envy, some with a kind of horrified fascination. Deregulation and privatisation of the public transport market has gone further than in any other country – buses outside London were completely deregulated in the 1980s,…
30 March 2009 | By Catt Hobbs, Public Transport Campaigner, Campaign for Better Transport
The cost of taking public transport keeps rising while the costs of driving and flying keep falling. A new approach is needed if we're going to encourage people to make low carbon choices. Government departments are gearing up for the challenge of tackling climate change. The Department for Transport is…