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EU court: UK has broken pollution law for a decade

The UK has 'systematically and persistently' broken legal limits on dangerous air pollution since 2010, the Court of Justice of the European Union has ruled.

  • 'Lives at risk' from slow Red X camera roll-out

    Only half of the cameras capable of enforcing violations of lane closures on smart motorways are fully operational, a year and a half after a change in the law made it possible for camera evidence to be used for prosecutions.

  • Sunak's efforts to 'grow back greener' fall flat

    Campaigners have criticised the chancellor’s decision to maintain the freeze in fuel duty, with the bus industry accusing him of putting ‘the prime minister’s green recovery’ at risk.

  • Residents back 'ripped out' cycle lanes, Khan says

    London mayor Sadiq Khan has called on a borough council to reinstate protected cycle lanes on a main road after research found that a majority of local residents support them.

  • CIHT calls for five actions to build on the Budget

    The Chartered Institution of Highways and Transportation has outlined a five-point plan of 'necessary steps' to be delivered on the back of the latest Budget from chancellor Rishi Sunak.


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