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The benefits of low emission zones in relation to air quality in Scotland – John Bynorth

The benefits of low emission zones in relation to air quality in Scotland – John Bynorth

On Sunday May 2nd, thousands of pedestrians and cyclists were allowed on the Royal Mile and several other streets in Edinburgh city centre.

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Wheels in motion for further e-bike support

Wheels in motion for further e-bike support

A third round of funding to encourage the adoption of e-bikes has been announced by the Scottish Government and will be delivered by the Energy Saving Trust.

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LEZ regulation and guidance workshops concluded

LEZ regulation and guidance workshops concluded

The workshops were attended by over 120 people and their contributions are valuable to the development of LEZ regulations and guidance.

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Stakeholders invited to have their say on Scotland’s Low Emission Zones

Stakeholders invited to have their say on Scotland’s Low Emission Zones

Transport Scotland is hosting a series of workshops to showcase options for low emission zone regulations and guidance.

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Over half a million pounds to provide alternatives to car ownership

Over half a million pounds to provide alternatives to car ownership

The Scottish Green Bus Fund, now in its eighth year, has opened to bus operators, local authorities and regional transport partnerships.

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Over £1 million to help green buses

Over £1 million to help green buses

The eighth round of the Scottish Green Bus Fund has resulted in £1.14m being awarded to First Glasgow and Glasgow Airport to encourage more low carbon emission buses onto Scotland’s roads.

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Continued progress for Low Emission Zones

Continued progress for Low Emission Zones

A £7.8m fund to help bus operators comply with low emission zones (LEZs) has opened for business at www.energysavingtrust.org.uk/BEAR

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New transport legislation set to empower local authorities

New transport legislation set to empower local authorities

The Transport (Scotland) Bill will bring forward the most radical measures since devolution to make Scotland’s transportation network cleaner, smarter and more accessible than ever before.

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£1.7 million available for green buses

£1.7 million available for green buses

The Scottish Green Bus Fund, now in its eighth year, has opened to bus operators, local authorities and regional transport partnerships.

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