The government has announced that businesses across the country will be able to continue cutting their carbon footprint as the ultra low emission plug-in van grant will be extended.
George Osborne's pre election Budget announcement has revealed a review of driving tests and medical assessments for HGV drivers, which is good news for the Freight Transport Association (FTA).
The Department for Transport has shortlisted 12 British cities who could gain funding to become centres of excellence for low emission vehicles.
The first UK hydrogen bus refuelling station has opened in Aberdeen as part of a £19 million green transport project. The Aberdeen City Council led project aims to test the economic and environmental advantages of hydrogen transport technologies.
The government has announced £32 million is to be allocated to support the growing popularity of plug-in vehicles infrastructure across the UK up to 2020.
It has been reported in Japan that there are now 40,000 charging points compared to 34,000 gas stations in the country.
Regional leaders from across the north of England took part in the first Transport for the North project board meeting yesterday.