News: May 2010
New Secretary of State for Transport Philip Hammond has ruled out road pricing and said he will 'stabilise’ fuel prices for motorists, but acknowledged that motoring has got to be greener.
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British company econogo has launched yogo, the UK’s first electric scooter that uses a fully detachable and portable lithium battery.
Traditionally, electric two-wheelers in the UK have used... Read on »
The ninth Towards Carfree Cities conference will be held in the historic city of York, England, from Monday 28 June to Thursday 1 July 2010.
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The Prime Minister has announced the appointment of Philip Hammond, MP for Runnymede and Weybridge to be Secretary of State for Transport.
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The Ceremony of 2010 Pan European Workplace Travel Plan Awards (PEWTA) was held on Thursday 6 May in Graz, Austria, as part of the European Conference on Mobility Management.
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A new car rental scheme that aims to make car usage in the UK more efficient has had dozens of cars and hundreds of drivers registering a week after its launch.
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Transport for London (TfL) has issued a tender worth £67 million, for up to 1,300 zero and low carbon vehicles.
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Eco-friendly commuters and businesses looking for a low cost alternative to electric and hybrid cars now have the opportunity to test drive the latest green vehicle to hit the UK market - the golf ... Read on »
The Department for Transport has today published the following Transport Statistics:
Road Traffic and Congestion in Great Britain: Provisional Estimates Q1 2010
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