London transport commissioner Sir Peter Hendy has stepped down to take the role of chairman at Network Rail. Hendy was at the helm of the transport organisation at TfL for nine years, having first joined the then London Transport 40 years ago as a graduate trainee. He was instrumental in the development of TfL’s current £4bn Road Modernisation Plan, which will see the city’s road infrastructure upgraded over the coming years, and led London’s transport plans during the 2012 Olympic […]
Local authorities across the country will be able to charge utility companies as much as £2,500 a day to work on roads in peak hours from next year.
London Councils has stated it has no plans to relax the rules governing night-time and weekend deliveries in the capital, despite renewed industry calls for the London Lorry Control Scheme (LLCS) to be reviewed.
Rainham’s Forest Freight has spied a business opportunity caused by a mass build-up of containers at nearby DP World London Gateway and is offering a new service bringing them back to its depot.