Transport for London has unveiled innovations that could make London’s roads safer and smarter during roadworks.
Transport for London (TfL) has announced that five London-based business groups will be offered a share of £170,000 of funding to improve air quality
With just a matter of days to go before the launch of London’s Ultra-Low Emission Zone, the fleet industry has again called for more support to help businesses comply with clean air zones.
Transport for London (TfL) has successfully prosecuted Cadent Gas for a series of unsafe roadworks, with the utility company ordered to pay a fine of £40,000.
The scrappage scheme aims to help micro-businesses and charities prepare for the 24-hour, seven-days-a week ultra-low emission zone in central London from April 8.
Mitigation measures proposed for the country’s two largest clean air zones (CAZs) have been criticised for failing to soften the blow for fleet operators.
Cameras will be introduced in early February to enforce vehicle restrictions around the clock, says Transport for London.
Transport for London (TfL) and the Metropolitan Police targeted illegal, dangerous and careless driving during a two-week programme of enforcement.
FORS will soon encompass powered two-wheeler (P2W) fleets of motorcycles and mopeds into its scheme, as its remit expands.
Two-thirds of drivers (67%) say they find it difficult to get through some yellow box junctions without stopping, while 13% say this is the case for most they encounter, new research from the RAC suggests.
More than 2,000 visit the NEC to discuss products and hear from industry experts, setting a new record for the event.
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