Sadiq Khan: All new London buses will be zero-emission

The mayor has brought forward his commitment to deliver a 100% zero-emission bus fleet in the capital from 2037 to 2034

London launches England’s first ever hydrogen double decker buses

The 20 new environmentally-friendly buses will help reduce Transport for London’s carbon footprint as well as harmful emissions to ensure cleaner air for Londoners

London school streets that banned cars sees boost in air quality

Roads surrounding schools are closed to motor traffic during pick-up and drop-off times, enabling children to walk or cycle to school, helping reduce car trips and improving air quality

London hits 2020 target of installing EV charging points

The delivery of 300 additional chargers across the capital comes ahead of the expansion of the Ultra Low Emission Zone

Sadiq Khan’s pandemic bike lanes ruled unlawful

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

TfL reaches milestone as its entire core bus fleet ‘meets the strictest emissions standards’

The bus fleet upgrade is forecast to see nitrogen oxide emissions and particulate matter from buses fall by an average of 90% and 80% respectively

UK council to suspend green traffic scheme due to confusion and long traffic queues

The programme, which aimed to limit vehicles in the streets and improve air quality, has allegedly caused ‘traffic chaos’ and ‘excessive amounts of pollution’

TfL considers free bus, train and tube tickets to encourage people to return to offices

The scheme, which is allegedly named ‘First Ride Free’ and would be applicable to ‘pay as you go’ customers, aims to get more people moving with public transport

London LED traffic lights upgrade signals energy and cost savings of 75%

Siemens Mobility replaced incandescent traffic signals with energy efficient LEDs across 161 crossings and junctions throughout the capital for Transport for London

Capita scoops £335m contracts to manage TfL’s pollution and congestion zones

It secured an extension to its contracts to work on the existing schemes from October 2021 to October 2026