Transport for London’s Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme (Fors) now has more than 1,300 registered members. Fors, which was launched in April 2008, is a free to join initiative aimed at improving fleet and vehicle operational efficiency. Total Fors registrations (awaiting accreditation) as of the 26 June, stood at 1,333. Of this, 872 companies had achieved bronze status, 52 silver and 12 the top gold status. There are 96,293 accredited vehicles within Fors. Fors membership is now mandatory for all new […]
Next-day deliveries are in danger of becoming a thing of the past unless certainty over the status of EU workers is provided by the government, the GMB union has claimed.
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.
With London’s Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) having launched on 8 April, LoCITY took the focus of its latest industry roadshow beyond this world-first policy and into the future of cleaner fuels for commercial vehicles.