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Cheltenham Borough Council

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… our commuter transport emissions. We continue to consider flexible and home-working options to reduce the emissions from commuting and building use. In addition to this, charging points for the Mayors electric car will be installed at Swindon Road in 2022, coinciding with the arrival of the first two electric vehicles as part of the Ubico fleet, as we begin our transition away from fossil…

… and improve the sustainability of Cheltenham’s public transport offering. 2. Introduce new ‘safe cycle hubs’ across the town, working with businesses to help facilitate these, as well as installing more cycle racks, wherever it is suitable and safe to do so. 3. Enable a shift to electric vehicles by installing electric vehicle charging points within Council owned car parks and support GCC…

… with the delivery of their Local Transport Plan (LTP). 4. Deliver a policy that will require all taxis to be electric, or another form of zero carbon as technology evolves, and support the provision of required infrastructure. 5. Transition the council’s own fleet to electric vehicles. Explore interim measures such as the use of Hydrotreated Vegetable Oil (HVO) fuel in place of traditional diesel…


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