Improving air quality
Keep up to date with all the great work that’s being done across the city to reduce air pollution.
A PUBLIC health campaign outlining the steps people can take to mitigate the impact of air pollution has been launched in Liverpool. Let’s Clear the Air Liverpool outlines the stark health consequences of pollution caused mainly by cars and also industry....read more
Mayor Joe Anderson has committed to reducing air pollution and making Liverpool a place where walking, cycling, electric vehicles and clean fuels will dominate, and from which polluting diesel traffic will be discouraged, to protect the health of Liverpool...read more
Getting on your bike is getting safer and easier in Liverpool with plans to upgrade cycle ways in motion across the city. By encouraging more people to cycle or walk, the aim is to reduce emissions and clear the air for everyone in Liverpool. New schemes...read more
Liverpool’s first ever electric black cab has hit the streets. It’s got that instantly recognisable ‘Hackney Carriage’ look but this stylish new super charged cab is quieter, cheaper and cleaner than its diesel-driven counterpart. And with more on the way,...read more
Environment chiefs with Liverpool City Council are seeking the views of cab drivers about plans to do away with older, dirty diesel engines in hackney carriages. Under the proposal, the ‘retro-fitted’ carriages with older diesel engines would be phased...read more
Plans to install 100 electric vehicle charging points across the city have been unveiled. Work is underway identifying council car parks, taxi ranks, supermarkets, leisure centres, garage car parks and new residential districts with no off street parking...read more
On Thursday 21st June, Liverpool marked Clean Air Day by spreading the word about the health consequences of leaving car engines running while stationary.read more
Liverpool is proud to welcome the introduction of several new electric and hybrid buses. This highlights the on-going commitment to reduce emissions and improve our air quality.read more
Liverpool City Council has committed to working with European partners to improve our city’s green infrastructure by planting trees, planters and implementing ‘nature-based’ solutions.read more
Liverpool City Council is proposing radical changes to reduce the emissions of its own fleet of vehicles.read more
Our handy map makes it easy to see what current and upcoming air pollution levels are like in your area by bringing you the very latest information from Defra.