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 […]
TfL is inviting operators to attend the fourth annual LoCITY conference, taking place on 25 September at London’s Oval.
HGVs will need to be Euro-6 to enter the whole of Greater London from 26 October 2020 or face fines of up to £300 for the oldest models.
Construction companies and their hauliers have been praised for their “fantastic” response to the issue of cyclist safety by TfL freight development manager Glen Davies.