The FTA has welcomed news that London’s T-Charge will commence on 23 October, providing a level playing field for all road users. Natalie Chapman, FTA’s head of policy for London, said: “It is incumbent on all of London’s road users to work together to reduce emissions in the capital, to help improve the city’s air quality. “The freight industry has been meeting tougher emissions standards for nearly ten years, with transport companies complying with the Low Emission Zone. “The announcement […]
Both the RHA and FTA have welcomed the news that Vosa and the DSA are to merge into a single government agency from next year.
Is the road transport industry expecting too much from Philip Hammond’s budget this afternoon? Motortransport.co.uk looks at what’s in store for logistics.
A mandatory 20% cut to CO2 emissions for new trucks by 2025 is “excessively aggressive” and will slow the production process in Europe, manufacturers have warned.