The RHA and FTA have urged TfL to push back its proposed October 2020 start date for requiring Euro-6 lorries across the whole of Greater London. A consultation into plans to strengthen the existing London Low Emission Zone to Euro-6 level closed last week (28 February). This would see Euro-4 and Euro-5 lorries charged £100 to enter the capital and Euro-3 and older as much as £300. However, both trade associations have urged TfL to slow down the proposals, which […]
The closure of the Forth Bridge will have cost the industry an estimated £16m by the new year, despite the DfT’s decison to relax drivers’ hour laws.
TfL is to step away from the day-to-day running of the Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme (Fors) and bring in a private party on a commercial basis, in a move that suggests operators will soon face a fee to be part of the initiative.
Transport for London (TfL) has disqualified a member of the Fors scheme for the first time: Cowan Plant of Hayes.