Metro mayors must harmonise measures to avoid introducing contradictory regulations, associations have warned. The warning from both the FTA and RHA came after the election last week of six metro mayors who hold enhanced powers in their regions to make decisions on a range of policies including transport. Both associations are seeking meetings with the new mayors to help them better understand the needs of freight operators before they roll out their respective transport policies. FTA national policy head Chris […]
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Following confirmation that central London will have an Ultra Low Emission Zone from 2019, TfL has said an extension across greater London for HGVs will likely begin just over a year later.
Seven trade associations call on government to mitigate clean air zone impact or see hauliers go bust
Seven trade associations, including the FTA and BVRLA, have joined forces in a letter to government warning of the financial impact that clean air zones (CAZs) could have on HGV operators and local businesses.