The FTA has welcomed news that London’s T-Charge will commence on 23 October, providing a level playing field for all road users.
More than half the spending on England’s transport network is going to London with the imbalance set to get worse, according to a report by Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR).
Pall-Ex has bought two of its long-standing members to prevent the network losing them as their owners retire.
The UK was Scania’s biggest market worldwide in 2016, the first time this country has topped the Swedish truck builder’s sales charts, according to Mathias Carlbaum, Scania’s executive vice president for commercial operations.
The FTA has welcomed news that London’s T-Charge will commence on 23 October, providing a level playing field for all [...]
Michael Conroy has a bounce in his step as he shows MT a series of wall-mounted photos of the network’s [...]
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