Bradford Council announced that the introduction of the Clean Air Zone in Bradford has been delayed until Spring 2022.
All new heavy goods vehicles (HGVs) in the UK will be zero-emission by 2040, the UK government has confirmed.
A local councillor and bus driver has told West Yorkshire Combined Authority’s Transport committee that there is a “massive shortage”
HGV (Heady Goods Vehicle) operators are being invited to apply up to £16,000 per vehicle for Clean Air Zone funding.
The Department for Transport (DfT) has announced to remove barriers and improve confidence for disabled people as they return to trains, buses and taxis after COVID-19.
BRADFORD Council has appealed to Government to drop its congestion charge from £12.50 to £7.00 for taxis following protests by drivers in the city. To read more
New Car Tax changes will be introduced across various UK cities from 2022 in a bid to cut vehicle emissions. These new changes will be impacting petrol and diesel vehicles.
No more social distancing on buses in England according to new Coronavirus Guidelines. Ministers have allowed operators to double the number of passengers on each service.
Boris Johnson visited National Express’s depot in Coventry on March 15, the day that the National Bus Strategy was published.
Councillors have voted to enforce Clean Air Zone in Bradford to reduce pollution in the area. Drivers of the worst-polluting vehicles will face Clean Air Zone charges.