A report into the London Lorry Control Scheme (LLCS) suggests long awaited changes to make hauliers’ lives easier may not happen for at least another four years. The review of the 33-year-old scheme by London Councils’ Transport & Environment Committee stated that any increase or decrease in the hours of control of the LLCS needed more research. It said: “Work on this will commence in January 2019 and is likely to proceed in conjunction with all other enforcement recommendations for […]
Hauliers delivering to Canary Wharf Contractors’ (CWC) building sites in London could be forced to pay for routeing software technology aimed at helping them avoid London cyclists and left turns, as a consequence of mayor Boris Johnson’s latest policy.
London Councils is to push ahead with plans to change the conditions of the London Lorry Control Scheme (LLCS) to mandate the fitting of side guards and uprated mirrors to LGVs making deliveries in London
The London Lorry Control Scheme (LLCS) route planner has been updated to include Olympic and Paralympics road restrictions. The approval service, run by consultancy Pie on behalf of scheme administrators London Councils, allows operators, for a fee, to have a compliant route generated online. Following the update this will now take into account Olympic and Paralympic Route Network restrictions such as temporary banned turns, road closures and changes to direction of flow. Despite opposition from freight operators, the LLCs which […]