Fleet operators making deliveries into London will be hit by a steep 17% price increase for entering the Congestion Charge from next month, Transport for London (TfL) has confirmed today (28 May). Following a 10-week public consultation launched in January, the price for registered fleet users (six or more vehicles) will rise from £9 per day to £10.50 per day, with the standard daily rate rising 15% from £10 to £11.50. The new prices come into effect on 16 June. […]
There must be greater separation of cyclists from other traffic, more education of the risk large vehicles pose, and continuing efforts by LGV operators to enhance vehicle safety if more cycling deaths are to be avoided.
Chester-based Edwin C Farrall Transport and Wimbledon firm ELB Partners have both been awarded silver status under Fors, TfL’s voluntary fleet recognition scheme.
Hauliers are calling on the Welsh government not to follow England in creating “expensive” and “inflexible” clean air zones.