Tag : London
Customers using the black taxi app Gett can now exclusively order an electric taxi in London.
With entries now open for this year’s Energy Saving Trust Fleet Heroes awards, we take a look back at the innovations that earned last year’s winners … Read More »
Transport for London is proposing tightening Congestion Charge exemption criteria from April 2019, including removing discounts for hybrids and private hire vehicles.
The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has setup a new taskforce that he hopes will encourage boroughs, Government and all involved to work together to install … Read More »
Latest forecasts by CEBR show nearly 60% of vehicles in London will be electric in just 12 years time.
Plans for a traffic-free zone on London’s Oxford Street have drawn support from nearly two-thirds (64%) of respondents to an online consultation.
The Mayor of London is being urged to make car club spaces compulsory in new builds and incentivise the use of such schemes as part of a … Read More »
The City Hall announcement of a freeze on non-essential road repairs could bring increased disruption for fleets while impacting on profitability.
London commuters can now use a Ford ride-sharing service to plug gaps in public transport under a trial approved by TfL.
BluepointLondon, which has operated the Source London network since September 2014, says it’s ready to add 1,000 additional charge points across the Capital as the number … Read More »
Transport for London’s bus and tram ‘Hopper’ fare is to go unlimited later this month.
Santander Cycles’ ‘Boris bikes’ scheme in London has broken its annual hire record.
TfL is planning to increase the Congestion Charge Penalty Charge Notice (PCN) from 2 January to up to £160 to encourage greater compliance.
A new survey has revealed that London’s T-Charge may be succeeding in pushing motorists to public transport.
A public consultation is now open on the proposed expansion of the London Ultra-Low Emission Zone up to the North & South circular, with fleets being … Read More »
The introduction of the London Ultra Low Emission Zone 17 months ahead of schedule is likely to have a limited impact on fleets, in particular car … Read More »
London’s Ultra Low Emission Zone is to take effect from 2019 – 17 months earlier than originally planned – the mayor has confirmed.
TfL has updated its cycle hire scheme with new-generation bikes as it also expands the scheme in Brixton.
The first London Electric Vehicle Company’s (LEVC) electric black cabs will begin to appear on London streets.
London’s £10 T-Charge, aimed at discouraging older vehicles from being brought into the city centre, doesn’t go far enough to tackle the problem of pollution in … Read More »
London businesses and authorities can now find out the real-world emissions of their cars and vans under a new service.
The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has called on TV and radio broadcasters to help inform Londoners about poor air quality through news and weather bulletins.
Uber is to levy a clean air surcharge on its fares to help fund a complete switch to hybrid and electric vehicles by its drivers.