TfL needs to bring back the role of head of freight in order to co-ordinate freight movement across London, the FTA told the London Assembly today (5 February). The demand came at a meeting of the London Assembly transport committee this week, which looked at the challenges of delivering freight in London and what TfL is doing to improve the situation. Natalie Chapman, head of south England and urban policy at the FTA, told the committee: “There needs to be […]
TfL will be launching the Freight Compliance Unit (FCU) this summer to serve as the central point for all enforcement activity against HGVs in the capital.
Need to find out more about the introduction of the forthcoming low-emission zones (LEZs) in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Dundee and Aberdeen? Then put 26 March in your diary.
Plans to increase the cost of red route penalty charge notices (PCNs) in London have been blocked by transport secretary Chris Grayling.