Go-Ahead says the new electric fleet demonstrates its backing to the UK Government's "net zero" target, as the operator looks to reduce emissions in Newcastle and Gateshead.
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Green transport projects, such as hydrogen bus trials, have contributed to a fall in pollutants in the EU, but the EEA has its sights on even lower levels
Vehicle that can complete at least part of their journey with zero emissions, such as hybrid or plug-in cars, will still be allowed to be sold until 2035 as part of the new ambitious policy.
Transport accounts for 17 per cent of carbon emissions in Wales - the Government there has formulated a strategy to try and bring this down, which involves nine different plans for sectors across the network.
Xiangtan is in the midst of rapid urbanisation and will use part of the $200 million ADB loans to transform its public transport network.
Pedestrians First - a new guide, report and toolset to help cities assess their walkability - shows that U.S. cities are typically less walkable than some of their global counterparts.
Despite achieving clean air targets without the need for a Clean Air Zone, Leeds City Council is proposing to voluntarily introduce stricter new targets for local air quality that align with WHO guidelines.
Stagecoach's new UK Managing Director has called for urgent action to clean up the UK's polluted air on Clean Air Day.
The world's first hydrogen-powered bus is preparing to hit the streets of Aberdeen, with vehicles from Wrightbus to be operated by First Aberdeen.
Bolt's custom-made scooters offer an up to five-year lifespan, are 100 per cent recyclable, and aim to soon be carbon negative.
As a sustainable way to travel in the open air, 500 Lime e-scooters will help reconnect the city as Seattle aims to reopen safely from COVID-19.
Transport-Technology Research and Innovation Grants enters its 11th round of funding in five years, and is now looking to fund decarbonisation and COVID recovery projects.