The government must change tack and stop penalising the road transport industry over emissions while allowing car owners to get off scot-free, according to the FTA. The call came after environmental group ClientEarth yesterday (2 November) won its High Court action against the government. The group had said the government’s plans to address emissions did not go far enough. Ultimately the High Court agreed. It came after a committee of influential MPs called for the government to show more ambition with […]
The DVLA appears to have postponed plans to abolish the driving licence paper counterpart from 1 January, yielding to concerns the new system would introduce unnecessary complexities.
Hauliers delivering to Canary Wharf Contractors’ (CWC) building sites in London could be forced to pay for routeing software technology aimed at helping them avoid London cyclists and left turns, as a consequence of mayor Boris Johnson’s latest policy.