Pay-per-mile charging to use the capital’s roads could ease congestion and drive efficiency for freight operators, according to a new report by think tank Centre for London. The report, Green Light: next generation road user charging for a healthier, more liveable London, calls for the mayor to adopt a new road user charger scheme that uses a distance-based approach. Costs for each mile would vary by factor including vehicle emissions and local levels of congestion and pollution, with all prices set […]
Operators have been warned against using unofficial websites for one-off London congestion charge payments as some charge a high premium for their service and others have been known not to actually carry out payments.
Wincanton has been re-accredited with a bronze status by Transport for London’s Freight Operator Recognition Scheme (Fors).
Tesco and Ocado are among a small army of companies recruited by the government to help map the road network and identify “pothole hotspots” to pinpoint where funding is needed most.