Drivers who leave their engines idling are being targeted in a new campaign led by the City of London Corporation and Camden Council.
Transport for London (TfL) issued £130 million worth of fines to motorists for failing to pay the congestion charge in the 12 months to September 2020.
Changes to the London Congestion Charge introduced in June 2020 led to an £86m revenue boost for Transport for London (TfL), last year.
The Rotherhithe Tunnel will be closed for five days to enable Transport for London (TfL) to carry out critical repairs to its fire safety system.
Company car and van drivers could be charged to enter Greater London if Government does not give the capital £500m from vehicle excise duty (VED).
The Ride Safe School, an e-learning platform co-designed with DriveTech, aims to to educate people around e-scooter safety and responsible use.
Transport for London (TfL) and London Councils have launched a competition to select up to three operators for a 12-month trial of rental e-scooters in the capital.
The Government has agreed a six-month £1.8 billion funding deal with Transport for London (TfL).
A deal to provide emergency funding to Transport for London (TfL) could rely on the expansion of London’s congestion charge zone.
There were 125 people killed on London’s roads in 2019 - a 12% increase on the 112 killed the previous year - according to new data published by TfL.
London and Cardiff councils raise £58.2m from drivers committing moving traffic offences, with the same powers due to be rolled out to local authorities.
Pollution higher in neighbourhoods outside London’s Ultra Low Emission Zone, according to new analysis by Environmental Defense Fund Europe (EDF Europe).
New cameras are being installed ahead of the expansion of London’s ultra-low emission zone (ULEZ) to the North and South Circular.
Transport for London (TfL) has confirmed that the 30% hike in the congestion charge will apply from 7am to 10pm, seven days a week, from Monday (June 22).
Business travellers and commuters are being reminded that from Monday (June 15) they will be required to wear a face covering on public transport.
Most fleets will have gone electric, well ahead of the 2035 target banning the sale of petrol, diesel or hybrid car, a survey by Survation, on behalf of London First, has found.
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