Delayed transport decarbonisation plan launched

Barry White

On 4 July the Department for Transport launched its delayed Transport Decarbonisation Plan, which sets out the Government’s commitments and the actions needed to decarbonise the entire transport system in the UK by 2050. Main changes include a ban sale of new petrol and diesel heavy goods vehicles (HGVs) and buses by 2040, with plans to stop the sale of combustion-engine vehicles weighing between 3.5 tonnes and 26 tonnes five years earlier.

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