As London launches its T-Charge Clean Air Zone for cars and commercial vehicles, the BVRLA has today published a blueprint for delivering a cost-effective transition away from diesel vehicles in urban areas.

Applying the same methodology used by government policymakers to assess their national air quality plan, the BVRLA has produced a high-level blueprint for a managed transition that reduces diesel market-share in the most environmentally and economically effective way.

Commissioned by the BVRLA and produced by Ecuity Consulting, the report has four main conclusions:


Source: BVRLA News feed

As London launches its T-Charge Clean Air Zone for cars and commercial vehicles, the BVRLA has today published a blueprint for delivering a cost-effective transition away from diesel vehicles in urban areas.

Applying the same methodology used by government policymakers to assess their national air quality plan, the BVRLA has produced a high-level blueprint for a managed transition that reduces diesel market-share in the most environmentally and economically effective way.

Commissioned by the BVRLA and produced by Ecuity Consulting, the report has four main conclusions:


BVRLA publishes diesel transition roadmap
BVRLA publishes diesel transition roadmap
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