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 […]
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.
TfL has put up £50,000 towards a new freight hub in Hammersmith, which is intended to reduce traffic and congestion in the capital.
HGV traffic is the only type of motor transport to have returned to pre-pandemic lockdown traffic levels, according to new data released by the Department for Transport.