ULEV Taxi Scheme
As a result of a successful £2 million bid to the Government’s Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV), West Yorkshire Combined Authority and its partner local authorities - Bradford, Calderdale, Kirklees, Leeds and Wakefield Councils are installing 88 rapid vehicle charging points across West Yorkshire
Taxis (hackney carriage and private hire vehicles (PHV)) in West Yorkshire are predominantly diesel cars or vans with an average vehicle age of 6.5 years. The majority of journeys are within town and city centres and therefore contribute to local air pollution issues.
Each two-bay chargepoint installed through this scheme has one bay exclusively for taxi and private hire vehicle use as part of a bid to encourage taxi and private hire driver to convert from diesel to electric vehicles.
This Taxi Scheme will support commitments by the Combined Authority and Leeds City Region Enterprise Partnership (The LEP) to tackling the global climate emergency and making Leeds City Region a net zero carbon city region – by 2038.
|Project Lead||West Yorkshire Combined Authority|
|District/ Area||West Yorkshire|
|Business case summary||Link Here|
|Funding||OLEV - £1.98 million LTP - £1.2 million|
|Project Status||Activity 6: Delivery|
|Start and end dates||2018- July 2020|
|Delivery partners||Calderdale Council, Bradford Council, Kirklees Council, Leeds Council & Wakefield Council|
|Get in touch (contact information)||TransportProjects@westyorks-ca.gov.uk|
This page was last updated in Quarter 4 2019/2020.