Trade associations have welcomed London Councils’ decision not to introduce mandatory fitting of sideguards and class V and VI close-proximity mirrors aspart of its London Lorry Control Scheme (LLCS). However both said an an opportunity had been missed to overhaul the ‘out-of-date’ scheme and enable easier night-time deliveries. Following a public consultation, London Councils’ Transport & Environment Committee announced last week (17 July) that it would not be bringing in additional regulation to the LLCS. FTA head of urban logistics […]
Almost a third of haulage companies are unhappy with the country’s motorways and A-roads, according to a report.
TNT Post has denied its practice of rewarding postmen for speedy deliveries is a problem, despite more mail having being found dumped by one of its employees.
RHA has slammed a move by councils to fine truck drivers for weight infringements as nothing more than a cash generator.