Government funding to help decarbonise public transport and develop innovative ideas to ensure future infrastructure is low-carbon and resilient.
People across the country, including those in the most rural communities, will be able to make greener and cleaner journeys thanks to new funding for zero emission buses (ZEBs).
The Transport Secretary has announced funding of up to £129 million to help local transport authorities introduce hundreds more zero emission buses.
The new buses will help grow the economy by connecting communities – helping people get to work or college while also providing a boost for UK manufacturing.
To make sure more parts of England benefit from green technology, particularly remote areas where building the infrastructure needed for the buses is more expensive, the government has prioritised the first £25 million for rural communities.