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The Confederation of Passenger Transport has requested that the Mayor of London takes an alternative approach for coaches. ANDY IZATT

Confederation of Passenger Transport Coaching Manager, Andy Warrender provides a timely update on how the CPT is tackling a number of key coaching matters

The single issue oppressing the coach industry more than any other at the moment is the lack of any central London ULEZ (Ultra Low Emission Zone) accredited retrofit emission abatement systems for Euro IV and V coaches. With implementation of the ULEZ due from April 8, 2019 and a proposed extension of the LEZ requirements from October 26, 2020, time is rapidly running out for finding a workable solution. […]

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