Logistics UK said the Welsh government must reverse its decision to freeze all road building projects while it reviews the impact on the climate emergency, describing it as “a step back”.
The RHA has welcomed Harrow Council’s decision to scrap part of its Low Traffic Neighbourhood (LTN) scheme after a review found the scheme increased congestion and pollution levels as well as delaying emergency services.
Highways England’s attempts to improve safety on smart motorways has stepped up a notch with the launch of a campaign explaining what to do if your vehicle breaks down.
The government has abandoned its plan to build a £3.5bn motorway between Oxford and Cambridge via Milton Keynes after analysis showed it was not worth the money.
Transport Scotland has published its preferred long-term solution to a notorious stretch of road in the Highlands plagued by landslips.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced plans to boost connectivity across the UK, with improved transport infrastructure at the heart of the government’s levelling up agenda.
Proposed changes to the Highway Code, which include guidance on how smart motorways operate, have been criticised by the widow of a man killed by an HGV on the M1.
Trucks and vans will be the first to trial a new payment system on the M6 toll road using ANPR cameras.
The government is to spend £93m on major road upgrades as part of its attempts to “level up” the country.
For fleets transporting goods between the UK and Europe, this year has presented further challenges for drivers. Additional border checks have caused increased traffic, and in April, trucks in Europe saw their waiting times at border crossings increase by 28%, compared to pre-crisis levels.