National Express Transport Solutions ambition to be the world’s greenest mass transit provider
A quarter of the UK’s carbon emissions come from the transport sector. Pre-pandemic, cars & taxis generated 55% of domestic transport emissions in the UK
In spite of this, coaches are already a more sustainable way to travel with less greenhouse gas emissions per passenger kilometre than other modes of transport
The fundamental issues of congestion and pollution will simply not go away. With demand for transport expected to increase by 30% by 2030, there is an ever-present need for a reduction in carbon emissions.
A modal shift is the single most important driver of reduced emissions and congestion. At National Express Transport Solutions, our ambition is to be the world’s greenest mass transit provider. The National Express Group has committed to a Net Zero target of Scope 1 and 2 Emissions by 2040, click here to find out more
Coaches are one of the greenest ways to travel
Environmental leadership & ambitious targets
- National Express Group has committed to a Net Zero target of Scope 1 and 2 Emissions by 2040
- We will move our coach fleet fully to zero emission vehicles by 2035
Ultra-Low Emission Zone
The Ultra-Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) was introduced into Central London from April 2019 and was extended to Inner London from October 2021.
The ULEZ’s aim is to encourage the use of eco-friendly transport options, such as coaches, within the capital.
Find out more about BETA Member National Express Transport Solutions here
Published 01 October 2022