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The government's official health advisers have appealed to public sector organisations to switch to low-emission vehicles.
Birmingham, Greater Manchester and Oxford have all committed to procure only zero-emission buses from 2025 in a bid to reduce air pollution and make their cities ‘healthier.’
Two London councils have restricted nine streets to ultra low emission vehicles (ULEVs) during peak times.
Leaders of the UK’s major cities have joined forces to urge Theresa May to take ‘tough and urgent’ action to deal with air pollution.
It is the ‘responsibility of drivers’ to read signs, Hackney Council argues in response to criticisms that its new traffic cameras are inadequately signposted.
Five London councils, Greenpeace and the mayor of London have started judicial review proceedings against the expansion of Heathrow airport.
The number of vehicles on England’s roads have risen by 2.5 million in the last five years, while road space has only increased by 0.6%, council leaders have warned.
London councils have notified the secretary of state for transport they will be seeking a judicial review of the decision to support third Heathrow runway.
Nottingham City Council is no longer considering introducing a Clean Air Zone after outlining other measures to improve air quality.
The Government today announced that it wants at least half of new cars to be ultra low emission by 2030 in an effort to tackle air pollution.