London and UK “unprepared” for climate change impact

The London Climate Resilience Review identifies lethal risks to vulnerable communities, citing a lack of strategic vision from the national government hindering progress

London electric buses suspended after Wimbledon blaze

A fleet of electric buses, serving route 200 in south London, has been taken out of service following a double decker bus catching fire

London electric double decker bus catches fire

During the morning rush in Wimbledon, an electric double-decker London bus caught fire

TfL seeks waste heat offtakers

TfL’s Waste Heat programme aims to collaborate with partners for the efficient utilisation of waste heat

ULEZ expands across all London boroughs today

The Ultra Low Emission Zone is expanding its reach to encompass all London boroughs, a move set to take effect from 00:01 on 29th August

London’s big car scrappage: £2,000 grants for ULEZ non-compliant vehicles

Londoners with non-compliant cars can now receive a £2,000 grant through the UK’s largest scrappage scheme

London denies plans for pay-per-mile road charging scheme

The Mayor of London denies plans for a pay-per-mile or pay-per-minute road charging scheme, contradicting statements made by ministers in the Commons

LED-ing the charge: Over 50% of London’s bus shelters now LED

The move has resulted in 57% less energy consumption and 10% brighter lighting, according to TfL

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

Sadiq Khan refuses to hold referendum on ULEZ expansion

MPs have scrutinised Mayor’s plans to expand London’s ultra low emissions zone