Commuter hotspots in London recorded up to 50% drop in air pollution during lockdown

It also suggests 80% of Londoners would like to work remotely after lockdown to some extent and 73% of Londoners are happier not dealing with rush hour

London to Edinburgh railway goes electric

Five electric intercity trains to start the service from autumn 2021

New Dyson backpacks collect data by ‘breathing’ polluted air

London, New York and Delhi are among the cities which will be testing the wearable technology

Congestion charge rises to tackle car traffic in London

The ‘temporary’ changes are designed to reduce traffic in central London and enable more journeys to be made safely by foot or bike while keeping the bus network reliable for those making essential journeys

‘Unutilised roof area in Lambeth could be used to save 100 tonnes of CO2 a year’

The financial benefit of solar PV deployment across the roof space is estimated to be as high as £179 million, according to a new report

Is pedalling bringing us together or driving us apart?  

A special report on FNZ explores how willing we are to pay for cleaner ways of travelling

‘A quarter of Brits consider switching to an alternatively-fuelled vehicle’

More than two-fifths have spent less than £10 during the past month, whilst almost a third admitted they’ve not needed to spend any money filling their vehicles with fuel, according to a survey

London launches plans to become ‘one of the largest car-free zones in the world’

Streets between London Bridge and Shoreditch, Euston and Waterloo and Old Street and Holborn may be limited to buses, pedestrians and cyclists, according to the plans

London’s roads to be transformed to boost green travel in life after lockdown

The new plan suggests the city could see a possible ten-fold increase in cycling and a five-fold increase in walking when lockdown restrictions are eased

Brits remain sceptical of shifting to only electric cars, says new research

As the UK Government prepares to ban the sale of conventional vehicles by 2035, a new study reveals the gaps in British infrastructure that could slow the transition