The Motor Transport team considers what impact the UK coming out of the EU might have on road transport in a special edition of the Motor Transport Podcast. The Motor Transport Podcast: Brexit Special is now live on iTunes and Soundcloud, and discusses what areas of the road transport industry are likely, or unlikely, to change if the British public votes to leave the EU on 23 June. The podcast can be streamed or downloaded on any device via Soundcloud, […]
The RAC has called on all major political parties to say in the run-up to the next general election what they intend to do about four key transport concerns – the high cost of fuel, the poor state of the UK’s roads, the need for better enforcement of driving behaviour, and the issue of expensive and inadequate parking facilities.
Proposals to reduce the maximum noise limit of heavy trucks have been rejected by a plenary session in the European Parliament.
The Institute of Directors (IoD) has said a customs frontier is inevitable once Britain leaves the EU.