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Camden CouncilEngage with TfL and taxi and private hire vehicle operators to encourage and implement measures to reduce their emissions where practical.Encourage and implement measures for taxis and private hire vehicle operators to reduce emissions where practical.Reduce vehicle emissionsTransport for London; taxis and private hire vehicle operatorsGreater London Authority; taxis and private hire vehicle operatorsCooperationTaxis
https://www.camden.gov.uk/ccm/cms-service/stream/asset/;jsessionid=7B22389CC4CC028050D3958F254191F2?asset_id=3478895&
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IPPR
For taxis, where the technologies are available and the mayor has more
regulatory control, the ultimate objective could be the phasing out
of diesel vehicles altogether.
The ultimate objective could be the phasing out of diesel vehicles altogether.Remove polluting vehiclesMayor of LondonGreater London AuthorityExpedite or expandTaxis
https://www.ippr.org/publications/lethal-and-illegal-londons-air-pollution-crisis
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Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
Providing £50 million for the Plug-in Taxi programme, which gives taxi drivers op to £7500 of the purchase price of a new ULEV taxi
£50 million funding for Plug-in Taxi programme to subsidise purchase of new ultra-low emission vehicle taxi.Support transition to electric and low-emission vehiclesTaxi driversTaxi and private hire vehicle operatorsFundingTaxis
https://www.gov.uk/Government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/651916/BEIS_The_Clean_Growth_online_12.10.17.pdf
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Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
£14 million support 10 local areas to deliver dedicated charge points for taxis
£14 million funding for 10 local areas to deliver dedicated charge points for taxis.Support transition to electric and low-emission vehiclesLocal areasLocal GovernmentFundingTaxis
https://www.gov.uk/Government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/651916/BEIS_The_Clean_Growth_online_12.10.17.pdf
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Greater London Authority
Provide £65 million in support to the trade to help upgrade taxis to much cleaner, ‘zero emission capable’ vehicles.
£65 million funding for the trade to help upgrade taxis to much cleaner, ‘zero emission capable’ vehicles.Support transition to electric and low-emission vehiclesThe tradeTaxi and private hire vehicle operatorsFundingTaxis
https://www.london.gov.uk/sites/default/files/gla_response_to_defra_aq_plan_final_for_submission_15_june_2017.pdf
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Greater London Authority
A commitment to providing the necessary funding to convert all UK black taxis to zero emission capable models by 2025 at the latest and scrapping older diesel taxis
Commit to providing the necessary funding to convert all UK black taxis to zero emission capable models by 2025 and scrap older diesel taxis.Remove polluting vehiclesGovernmentCentral GovernmentExpedite or expandTaxis
https://www.london.gov.uk/sites/default/files/gla_response_to_defra_aq_plan_final_for_submission_15_june_2017.pdf
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Transport for London
Requiring that, from 1 January 2018, all newly registered taxis
are Zero Emission Capable and no more new diesel taxis are licensed in London
Newly registered taxis will be Zero Emissions Capable and none will be diesel from 1 January 2018Remove polluting vehiclesTransport for LondonGreater London AuthorityActionTaxis
http://content.tfl.gov.uk/taxi-and-private-hire-action-plan-2016.pdf
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Mayor of London
Higher rate vehicle excise duty on taxis must also be removed so as not to make it harder for taxi drivers to purchase zero emission capable models
Remove higher rate excise duty on taxis.Tax polluting vehiclesCentral GovernmentCentral GovernmentChallengeTaxis
https://www.london.gov.uk/sites/default/files/london_environment_strategy-_draft_for_public_consultation.pdf
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Mayor of London
The Mayor, through TfL, will ensure all taxis and private hire vehicles are zero emission capable by 2033
All taxis and private hire vehicles will be zero emission capable by 2033Remove polluting vehiclesTransport for LondonGreater London AuthorityObjectiveTaxis
https://www.london.gov.uk/sites/default/files/london_environment_strategy-_draft_for_public_consultation.pdf
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Mayor of London
Delivering a rapid charging network from 2017 to enable drivers to maximise fuel savings and operate mostly in zero emission mode, with locations dedicated to the trade
Deliver a rapid charging network from 2017.Support transition to electric and low-emission vehiclesTransport for LondonGreater London AuthorityActionTaxis
http://content.tfl.gov.uk/taxi-and-private-hire-action-plan-2016.pdf
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Mayor of London
Introducing a scrappage scheme for the oldest taxis from 2017. Up to £5,000 will be available to drivers who choose no longer to licence their vehicle in London, with the exact amount depending on the age of the vehicle
Introduce a scrappage scheme for the oldest taxis from 2017Remove polluting vehiclesTransport for LondonGreater London AuthorityActionTaxis
http://content.tfl.gov.uk/taxi-and-private-hire-action-plan-2016.pdf
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Mayor of London
exploring options to convert to a cleaner fuel, such as Liquid Petroleum Gas
Explore options to convert taxis and private hire vehicles to cleaner fuels.Support transition to electric and low-emission vehiclesTransport for LondonGreater London AuthorityActionTaxis
http://content.tfl.gov.uk/taxi-and-private-hire-action-plan-2016.pdf
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Mayor of London
Rewarding drivers who pioneer green technology by offering exclusive access to certain facilities, for example, ‘zero emission’ ranks, and
Rewarding drivers who pioneer green technology by offering exclusive access to certain facilities.Support transition to electric and low-emission vehiclesTransport for LondonGreater London AuthorityActionTaxis
http://content.tfl.gov.uk/taxi-and-private-hire-action-plan-2016.pdf
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Mayor of London
working with boroughs to explore areas where taxis and other vehicles must operate in zero emission mode
Jointly explore areas within local authorites where taxis and other vehicles must operate in zero emission modeRegulate spaceBoroughsLocal GovernmentCooperationTaxis
http://content.tfl.gov.uk/taxi-and-private-hire-action-plan-2016.pdf
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