DPD’s software subsidiary Pie is to launch its London Lorry Route Approver (LLRA) app next month – its first major product update since changing its name from Pie Mapping last year. The LLRA app will sync direct with Pie’s existing LLRA routing product, which generates HGV compliant routes tailored to vehicle weights and dimensions, avoiding restrictions. It also uses Mapbox and OpenStreetMap technology to create compliant routes with live traffic conditions and turn-by-turn instructions, as well as send alerts when […]
New vans running on petrol and diesel will not be sold in the UK from 2030 as the government forges ahead with its “extremely aggressive” phase out of conventional combustion engines.
Subcontractors working for Lafarge Tarmac are to be audited by the aggregates giant to make sure they reach the standard required by Transport for London’s Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme (Fors).
The government will not introduce “knee jerk” regulations requiring trucks to be fitted with additional cycle safety equipment such as detectors or cameras without scientific evidence that they are effective, roads and freight minister Robert Goodwill MP has pledged.