Operators interested in trialling alternative fuel vehicles on their urban delivery fleets should head along to next week’s LoCITY roadshow, taking place on 20 November at CEME Innovation Centre, Rainham, Essex. TfL’s LoCITY events provide an opportunity for freight operators to hear directly from their peers about using non-diesel trucks and vans in their fleets, as well as engage with vehicle manufacturers and technology firms. A range of vehicles from cargo bikes and electric vans up to gas-powered trucks will […]
All London road charging schemes will be temporarily suspended from today (23 March) to help ensure supply chains are kept moving and critical workers and emergency vehicles can move around the capital during the coronavirus outbreak.
A new City of London Police Commercial Vehicle Unit has stopped 136 HGVs and taken 95 off the road in its first month.
TfL has admitted it is “disappointed” that only 16 London Boroughs are currently Fors-accredited, and that a number of London Boroughs and other bodies including the Metropolitan Police continue to use sub-contractors who are not Fors-accredited.