Oxford becomes UK’s electric bus capital

Oxford claims the crown as the leading electric bus hub in the UK, rolling out 159 battery-powered buses, surpassing larger cities like London and Glasgow

“Air pollution ties in with social inequalities”

In this week’s Net Hero Podcast, we spoke to Imogen Martineau, Head of UK portfolio for the Clean Air Fund, who believes that Ultra Low Emission Zones (ULEZ) schemes are a necessary evil

Fresh $125k charges ahead for Canada’s Quinte Transit’s green fleet switch

The non-profit organisation, which provides public transport, will complete the necessary planning required to transition to a full fleet of zero-emission vehicles

Will ULEZ cameras be used to police “pay-as-you-drive scheme”?

TfL has reportedly been asked to develop a scheme that would use “sophisticated” technology to charge drivers

York secures £8.4m electric bus boost

The city will add 44 electric buses to its zero-emission fleet

‘Greenfield homes are focused on cars’

Cars are too front-of-mind when building new homes, suggests a new report

Council introduces cheap bus tickets to boost low carbon travel

The initiative aims to encourage people to switch their car journeys to using public transport

Go-Ahead signs largest hydrogen bus deal in Europe

Wrightbus will deliver 20 buses to the company this June

‘Use carbon taxes to make green services free’

Providing these for free would lead to a 13.4% reduction in home emissions and 23.8% reduction in fuel emissions, claims a new study

Sadiq Khan’s pandemic bike lanes ruled unlawful

A Mayor of London spokesperson said they are seeking to appeal the judgement