The DfT is running out of time to put in place additional ferry capacity ahead of the Brexit deadline of 31 October and is ill prepared for the possibility of a no-deal Brexit, the Public Accounts Committee has warned. The warning comes in the committee’s report Brexit and the UK Border: Out of Court Settlement with Eurotunnel, published today (10 July). The report raises concerns about preparations to provide additional ferry capacity for freight. It points to DfT’s first attempt […]
European online consumers believe Brexit will lead to slower online delivery and less choice of UK goods, according to research by Whistl.
Highways England plans to step up its “smart” motorway programme, the agency’s strategy and planning director Elliott Shaw told delegates at a strategy day this week.
The DfT has confirmed that trucks using equipment designed to cut their emissions, such as aerodynamic flaps, will soon be allowed to run up to a GVW of 45 tonnes.