The Welsh government have planned an overhaul of the current bus transport system.
The multimillion-pound package will deliver huge fleet of electric and hydrogen powered buses across England.
Following the approval of a £30 million Department for Transport grant, a fleet of 124 new environmentally friendly hydrogen fuelled buses will be used in the West Midlands.
Following an expansion of the service, the West Midlands Ring and Ride door-to-door minibus service is now available to use in the evenings.
Transport for London (TfL) has published its long-term plan for buses, which will see the modern bus network attract more customers and help the capital become net zero by 2030.
Andy Burnham, Mayor of Greater Manchester, will announce major steps to move Greater Manchester towards a London-style public transport system.
Renault Trucks and GEODIS have announced they will partner to design an electric heavy truck dedicated to urban planning, which should meet the requirements of city-centre freight transport.
The Scottish Government has awarded over £62 million to the first phase of the Zero Emission Bus Challenge Fund.
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