• Coach and bus fleets need to seriously consider updating their vehicles to Euro 6 standard as widespread low emission zones are predicted for the future

  • The newly refreshed Driving for Better Business campaign will help fleets to understand and manage their road risk, writes Simon Turner

  • NOx and particulate matter, noise, alternative fuels, tyres and fuel management all come under the spotlight in the updated standard from the Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme

 Latest News

The government has confirmed that Leeds is set to benefit from a £173.5 million funding package to improve park and ride facilities.

Bernadette Kelly has been appointed as the new Permanent Secretary at the Department for Transport

A new crossing beneath the River Thames is expected to be built in order to improve journey times and increase capacity for traffic crossing the river east of London.

A new route for a Lower Thames Crossing which aims to reduce the burden on the busy Dartford Crossing has been revealed.

Parents in parts of London who use a car to do the school run may be fined in a bid to improve air pollution and safety, the Standard has reported.

 Features

Coach and bus fleets need to seriously consider updating their vehicles to Euro 6 standard as widespread low emission zones are predicted for the future

The newly refreshed Driving for Better Business campaign will help fleets to understand and manage their road risk, writes Simon Turner

NOx and particulate matter, noise, alternative fuels, tyres and fuel management all come under the spotlight in the updated standard from the Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme

What role will electric vehicles, renewable energy and smart grids play in the ever‑transitioning 21st century city? Robert Evans, CEO of Cenex, investigates

Innovation and supportive policy over the last decade has transformed the bus sector from being a part of the problem of poor urban air quality to being an important part of the solution.