HMRC have announced the Advisory Fuel Rates (AFRs) that are effective from 1st September 2017.
A PDF of the rates is available to download below.
Successful bidders include:
£234,000 for Blackpool to use Bluetooth technologies to cut traffic congestion
£182,000 for Dorset to provide advance congestion warnings for drivers on the A31 using an app
£300,000 for Warrington to provide real-time information to businesses and public through on-street information displays, social media and phone apps
£150,000 for Coventry for a real-time bay availability system across 450 pay and display parking spots
£204,000 for Westminster, Hounslow, Hammersmith and Fulham to roll out a new generation of electric vehicle charge points which will provide real-time data to motorists when they are available
£50,000 for Peterborough to use digital technology to provide real time journey information directly to visually impaired people