Clean air for Scotland

Four Low Emission Zones are being established in Scotland with funding from Scottish Government to retrofit buses with low emission upgrades

The £1.6m fund, announced by Transport Minister Humza Yousaf, is available through the Bus Emissions Abatement Retrofit programme, and will support operators working in Scotland’s four biggest cities.

Humza Yousaf said: “There is no doubt that the bus sector is playing a vital role in improving our air quality”, adding that investment in low emission technology will “breathe new life into older buses, reduce harmful nitrogen dioxide emissions and help to progressively improve the quality of the air in our towns and cities”.

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