Tideway, the organisation behind London’s ‘super sewer’ project, believes high direct vision truck cabs will become the norm across the construction sector. Speaking at Freight in the City Expo last week, Tideway shared data collected so far from a trial of 15 Dennis Eagle Elite 6 low-entry cab (LEC) tippers used at its onstruction sites, which joined the fleet in July. Tideway contractor S Walsh & Sons, fleet operator at the trial sites, compared their on-the-job performance to a Volvo […]
2020 may be the year when battery electric vehicles some of age and what have been until now largely prototypes start to become mainstream, according to speakers in the Tech Talk sessions at the 2019 Freight in the City Expo at London’s Alexandra Palace last week.
Transport for London (TfL) is calling on hauliers to make sure they apply now for their HGV Safety Permit or risk facing a fine of £550 from 1 March when entering London.
Retrofit kits are unlikely to meet the needs of the majority of hauliers facing the rapid advance of emission controls across the UK’s towns and cities, delegates at today’s (6 November) Freight in the City Expo were told.