Go ZeroNewcastle is heading towards a zero carbon future!

Go Zero is Newcastle City Council's campaign to help reduce the city's carbon footprint by encouraging our residents to travel by more sustainable modes.

Whilst we have done a lot to promote walking and cycling throughout the city, there are a number of other ways to travel more sustainably. Did you know that we have a city-wide car club, one of the largest electric vehicle chargepoint networks in Europe and a park and ride facility that offers free parking and frequent rapid connections to the city centre?

We have also created the Go Zero app to help you travel more sustainably. Access the app on your smart phone at www.Go-Zero.co.uk

Car Clubs

Newcastle City Council is working with Co-wheels Car Club to offer a convenient greener and cheaper alternative to owning your own car. Why not join today and start saving money, reducing your carbon footprint and removing the hassle of car ownership. Find out more about Newcastle's Car Club.

Electric Vehicles

The North East is leading the way in the development of electric car use, and leading the charge when it comes to installing electric vehicle charging points. With over 80 charge points throughout the city we recognise the growing demand for greener travel and we are striving to provide a widespread network across the city to encourage the use of electric vehicles. Find out more about our electric vehicle charging point network

Great Park and Ride

Do you regularly travel between Great Park, Gosforth and Newcastle City Centre? Sick of getting stuck in traffic on your way to and from work? Spending a fortune on city centre parking?

Then why not take the hassle out of your journey with our new park and ride services? Park for free at our Newcastle Great Park and Ride facility and then avoid the traffic by jumping on board our rapid X40 service. It'll save you both time and money! Find out more about our X40 Great Park and Ride service

Join the Go Zero sustainable transport campaign and find out how you could save money and reduce your carbon footprint today. Let's all travel smarter and Go Zero!

Page last updated: 
4 September 2014
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