Last year, London’s Ultra-Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) grew by approximately 30% and is expected to continue to grow until it covers almost the whole of the capital by August 2023.
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Key figures in the Highways industry have called upon councils to commit to better, long-term strategies to reduce carbon emissions.
At the Road Surface Treatments Association’s annual conference this month, industry …Read More
National Highways is adding 120 new gritting vehicles to their fleet to help keep roads safe this winter.
The total fleet number will reach 252 vehicles next year after another additional …Read More
Funding has been awarded for a study on the electrification of long-distance lorries using overhead power cables on motorways, as part of the Department for Transport’s (DfT) decarbonisation plan.
The organisation …Read More
A new asphalt mix that was used to construct a cycle path in Birmingham, has been found to significantly lower carbon emissions.
Jackson Civil Engineering developed the substance using recycled aggregates …Read More