Traffic app scoops sustainable city award
A new company working with Earls Court and Tesco to cut freight congestion and air pollution in London has been recognised in the city's annual sustainability awardsCarbon Voyage was last night (27 March 2014) awarded the commercial entrepreneurship award at the 2014 sustainable city awards for its innovative smartphone application. The app, which is described as
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