Operators entering the capital could be forced to retrofit larger windows in their HGVs’ cab doors at an estimated cost of £1,000 a piece, if London mayor Boris Johnson gets his way. Following the launch of the Safer Lorry Scheme on 1 September, which requires most HGVs entering London to be fitted with sideguards and close-proximity mirrors, the mayor outlined further propsals to protect cyclists. His proposals, to be consulted on in January, include the requirement for all HGVs entering […]
The former head of London Underground and Rail has been named as transport commissioner Peter Hendy’s successor.
UK Mail has declined to say what changes it has made to its operation since staff at one of its depots were shown on television mistreating customer consignments.
The London Boroughs Consolidation Centre (LBCC) has named DHL as its long-term freight partner at the Freight in the City Expo last week.