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Plans to charge polluting vehicles to drive in the Greater Manchester area have been referred back to government by local leaders following a wave of protests.
Halton Borough Council has defended its decision to issue 11 fines to one individual in relation to an enforcement scheme on the Mersey Gateway Bridge.
London must implement a pay per mile road charging system to achieve its targets for cutting toxic air and carbon emissions, according to a new report commissioned by the mayor's office.
Campaigners have challenged the Government’s decision to continue with work to convert a section of the M6 to all lane running (ALR), despite the pause on new schemes.
Greater Manchester leaders will be asked to request permission to put the second phase of Clean Air Zone funding on hold due to concerns about the availability of cleaner vehicles.
The trial of an on-demand car-hailing service that uses remote-controlled driverless vehicles has been launched in Milton Keynes.
Lincolnshire County Council has called on transport secretary Grant Shapps to return the millions cut from highways maintenance budgets last year, as the council bemoaned a £12m funding gap in its highways service.
The Government is facing criticism for its decision to cut the plug-in car and van grant by up to £1,000 and change the eligibility criteria.
Electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure is struggling to keep up with rising sales, with more than a quarter of new cars currently being sold capable of being plugged in.
Cycling UK's Cherry Allan says it is dismayed by the roll-out of longer lorries.
Lucie Clinch, a senior associate and knowledge development lawyer at Stewarts, addresses the legal and physical risks of micromobility.
Emily Yates of the Association of British Commuters asks whether so-called flexible season tickets are a price trap, designed to upsell rail passengers back to season tickets.
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