Plans to raise the London congestion charge by 30% and extend it to evenings and weekends, has been slammed by the logistics industry.
A complete ban on mobile phone use while driving – including hands-free – is long overdue and should be relatively easy to enforce, according to licence checking service Licence Bureau.
Invergold Associates is holding two one-day conferences to bring operators up to date with the latest developments that affect the road transport industry, with a strong focus on compliance.
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With air quality one of the major themes dominating the political landscape and by association the road transport industry in 2017, unsurprisingly some of the most read content on Freight in the City this year related to exactly that. However it was Smith Electric Vehicle’s demise at the start of the year that was one of our most read and by association made a story about it’s bold plans from the end of 2016 another our hit of the year, […]
Leeds City Council has published its consultation plans for a category B clean air zone (CAZ) in the city centre, which will require all HGVs to be Euro-6 standard to enter its central area or pay a £100 charge. […]
Trade associations have questioned the effectiveness of the London T-Charge, as the new tax went live this morning (23 October). The T-Charge costs drivers of pre-Euro 4 vehicles that enter London’s congestion charge zone between 7am and 6pm on any weekday £10.00, on top of the £11.50 congestion charge. But the FTA has warned the tax may not go far enough to remove older vehicles from London’s streets Natalie Chapman, FTA head of policy for London told Freight in the […]