Coventry has received an EV boost with 30 new on-street electric vehicle charging points installed in the Holyhead Road area as part of an exciting new pilot project.
The first of a new phase of Char.gy charging points for electric vehicles made by a Coventry based manufacturer have been installed in the company’s home city.
Pop up cycle lanes, wider pavements and bike share schemes are just some of the measures being planned in Coventry to encourage more people to cycle and walk when moving around the city.
Volunteers are needed to help design a new scheme under which motorists would be paid up to £3,000 a year to give up their cars.
A Coventry Councillor and regular bus user is hoping to encourage local companies to take steps to introduce more improvements to bus travel.
The next phase of work on exciting plans to improve Coventry’s railway station will start in the new year.
Coventry has been named in the top three of a national league table highlighting the towns and cities with the most electric vehicle charge points.
Coventry could gain 128 extra passenger trains per day under Midlands Engine Rail, a £3.5 billion improvement programme to transform the region’s rail network, launched today by Sub-national Transport Body Midlands Connect.