TfL is inviting operators to attend the fourth annual LoCITY conference, taking place on 25 September at London’s Oval. The event will be opened with a keynote speech from London Deputy Mayor for Environment and Energy, Shirley Rodrigues, followed by a look at clean air strategy and sustainable delivery projects taking place across the capital supported by TfL and the boroughs. This will be complemented by a session highlighting operator-led examples of reducing fleet emissions and trialling the latest clean […]
Construction companies and their hauliers have been praised for their “fantastic” response to the issue of cyclist safety by TfL freight development manager Glen Davies.
TfL is still unsure about how much vehicle permits for the Direct Vision Standard will cost, as well as who will be responsible for awarding and regulating them.
Local authorities across the country will be able to charge utility companies as much as £2,500 a day to work on roads in peak hours from next year.