Operators have been warned against using unofficial websites for one-off London congestion charge payments as some charge a high premium for their service and others have been known not to actually carry out payments. The warning from Transport for London (TfL) follows a recent ruling by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) which found that one site, paylondoncongestion.co.uk, was “likely to lead consumers to believe that the web page was an official method of paying the London congestion charge and […]
Need to find out more about the introduction of the forthcoming low-emission zones (LEZs) in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Dundee and Aberdeen? Then put 26 March in your diary.
The Greater London Authority (GLA) has appointed Savills to help it balance the need for housing and industrial land in the capital.
A moveable concrete barrier on the M20 to keep Kent’s roads moving during cross-channel disruption won’t be fully completed until 2022, according to Highways England (HE).