Leeds CAZ to launch on 28 September

Leeds City Council (LCC) has confirmed that the city’s delayed Clean Air Zone (CAZ) will go live on 28 September. From that date, coaches and...

Hydrogen Buses: ‘World-first’: Hydrogen double-deckers to enter service in Aberdeen

Wrightbus and First Group to showcase world’s hydrogen buses A fleet of 15 hydrogen buses - fuel cell-electric double-decks - will enter service in Aberdeen...

Wales bus funding call from operators

Bus operators in Wales have called for the government to ensure that the country receives a fair share of the £5bn funding bonanza for...
Coach Euro VI retrofit

Coach Euro VI retrofit on the rise, says Baumot

After a stuttering introduction, it is likely that the viability of coach Euro VI exhaust retrofit options for older vehicles will continue to develop...

Coventry Clean Air Zone is abandoned

Coventry will not be subject to a Clean Air Zone. The news comes after proposals from Coventry City Council (CCC) to improve air quality...

Manchester Clean Air Zone set for delay?

The possibility of a delay to the Greater Manchester Clean Air Zone (CAZ) has been raised by Elected Mayor Andy Burnham. Mr Burnham has accused...

National Express commits to zero-emission fleets

National Express Group (NEG) has set out its plans to progress both its coach and bus fleets in the UK to zero-emission, with an...
Opportunity charging at Birmingham Airport - Volvo 7900e

Opportunity charging: Knowing when it works

LowCVP, Birmingham Airport and Volvo have examined why opportunity charging was the best fit for airport operations The benefits and challenges of opportunity charging were...
Bradford Clean Air Zone

Bradford Clean Air Zone consultation launched

City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council (CBMDC) has opened a consultation into the city’s Clean Air Zone (CAZ) plans. The CAZ will capture coaches...
Birmingham CAZ

Birmingham CAZ set for summer launch

Birmingham City Council has reaffirmed its commitment to introduce the city’s Clean Air Zone (CAZ) this summer. If follows speculation that the CAZ would be...
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In anticipation of CPT’s meeting with Transport Minister Baroness Vere, routeone speaks to Ron Shaw, owner of EuroRider, on how he has been engaging...

QPaths automates home-to-school assessements for LAs

QRoutes, a provider of software solutions to local authority (LA) transport planners, has launched QPaths. The new product will automate the assessment of children’s...

Warrington’s Own Buses takes 86 AirBubbl filter units

Warrington’s Own Buses has installed 86 AirBubbl units from AirLabs into the cabs of its vehicles to protect drivers from the risk of airborne...