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What will the future of transport look like? Government seeks views on how digital innovation can help people to plan, book and pay for travel.
Sales of new petrol and diesel cars to end in the UK by 2030.
Government announces ambitious plans on World Electric Vehicle Day.
Alternative ways to travel, such as walking and cycling, could relieve the pressure on public transport.
Electric vehicle homecharge, workplace charging and on-street residential chargepoint scheme confirmed for another year.
Funding given to the grants for plug-in car, vans, taxis and motorcycles as part of the 2020 Budget.
New app will answer your questions about electric vehicles.
Residential street chargepoint funding doubled and plans increasing access to real-time information released.
Local authorities urged to take advantage of electric car funding as 'league table' of charging infrastructure released.
Additional £2.5 million for chargepoints on residential streets.
Consultation proposing that new-build homes are fitted with an electric car chargepoint is launched.
New government ambitions will encourage uptake of UK's chargepoint network through widespread 'pay as you go' functionality.
All future government-funded home chargepoints to be ‘smart' by 1 July 2019.
Competition launched for 7 to 19 year olds to design electric vehicle chargepoints of the future.
Record levels of investment in green transport in the north but tackling transport emissions cannot stop there.
New projects are powering the future of zero emission vehicles.
New government-backed scheme aims to create a trusted brand and increase the confidence of drivers looking to buy an electric vehicle.
Bus commuters to benefit from funding of 263 new ultra low emission buses.
New chargepoints will support a shift towards cleaner, greener transport.
Electric vehicle chargepoints to use innovative ‘smart’ technology.
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