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.
The Government’s latest road casualty figures reinforces the need for the London Mayor’s Vision Zero approach, says Transport for London.
Shifting passengers away from public transport and into self-driving cars may have the effect of increasing traffic volumes, warn experts
The Committee for Climate Change, Transport for London (TfL) and Shell have expressed their support for the early introduction of zero emission vehicles.
TfL has unveiled plans to tighten the exemption from the Congestion Charge for private hire vehicles by replacing the Ultra Low Emission Discount.
TfL agenda to reduce car travel will have economic repercussions, warns RHA.
British Telecom (BT) has been prosecuted by Transport for London (TfL) for putting the public at risk during streetworks in London.
London mayor and TfL admit that sophisticated road-user charging, which takes account of emissions and miles driven, will not be introduced in London any time soon.
TfL has published its draft budget for 2018/19, describing the transport improvements that will be delivered in the first year of its five-year business plan.
Neighbourhoods of the Future includes new school low emission zone in Camden, charging points in Hackney, and a zero emission street and Low Emission Zone in Hammersmith.
Three London boroughs have been awarded a total of £766,000 to help accelerate the switch to zero emission vehicles to tackle air pollution.
Transport for London (TfL) needs to predict and prepare for changes in technology, according to a new report published today.
Michael Barratt has been recognised as a Member of the British Empire (MBE) in the New Year’s Honours for services to transport in London.
A scheme which has halved disruption to drivers caused by roadworks in Kent and London will continue, Transport Secretary Chris Grayling has announced.
Transport for London (TfL) has appointed Gareth Powell, currently director of public transport and TfL strategy, as managing director, surface transport.
A proposed rise for offences on TfL's road network will also follow later in the year, subject to review by the secretary of state for transport.
Cars running out of petrol, and lorry drivers unaware their vehicles are over-height, cause delays at the tunnel costing the capital almost £7m each year.
The Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has announced that the world’s first Ultra-Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) will start from April 8 2019.
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