Bristol hauliers hit by CAZ plan need more help with fleet upgrade, RHA insists

Bristol hauliers hit by CAZ plan need more help with fleet upgrade, RHA insists
 

Bristol’s plan to launch its own clean air zone (CAZ) next summer will be “challenging” for hauliers and exemptions will be required to give firms time to upgrade, according to the RHA.

The city council has secured GBP42m of government funding to invest in greener transport initiatives after being picked out as one of a number of towns and cities that needed to tackle air pollution.

As a result, it said it would introduce “one of the most wide-ranging clean […][1]


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