Three months after TfL launched the direct vision standard for lorries across London, new figures show how fleets are adhering to the rules.
The London Direct Vision Standard will be enforced from today (March 1), with fines of up to £550 for non-compliant vehicles.
There remain over 100,000 HGVs on London’s roads, whose operators have not yet applied for a Direct Vision Standard (SVS) permit, data from Transport for London (TfL) shows.
Transport for London (TfL) is urging fleet managers to “not get caught out” by the introduction of the Direct Vision Standard (DVS), in March 2021.
Pandemic-influenced improvements to air quality look like being lost as country gets mobile.
The new scrappage scheme has been launched ahead of the introduction of tighter emissions standards for London's Low Emission Zone (LEZ).
Whistl has placed an order with Connexas to ensure that its fleet of 30 Bedford-based vehicles are compliant with the Direct Vision Standard.
Less than one in four fleet managers say they are ready for the Direct Vision Standard (DVS) and HGV Permit Scheme.
The re-introduction of the congestion charge and ultra-low emission zone (ULEZ) from today (Monday, May 18), has been blasted by fleet trade associations.
The Heavy Goods Vehicle (HGV) Safety Permits are part of London's Direct Vision Standard.
Fleets can now access better information about height restrictions for tunnels and bridges following a partnership between Transport for London and Ordnance Survey.
Sue Branston, country head for Fleet Logistics UK and Ireland, has been named as one of the finalists in this year’s everywoman awards in transport and logistics.
New Freight and Servicing Action plan wants to reduce the number of lorries and vans entering central London during the morning peak by 10% by 2026.
More than 80% of vans on the road today will not be compliant in the London ultra-low emission zone when it begins operating in April next year.
Transport for London acknowledges the priority needs of fleet and freight operators in the capital, but there’s a quid pro quo for access to uncongested roads…
Transport for London (TfL) has successfully prosecuted Virgin Media for five streetworks related offences.
Fleet Source has been selected by TfL as a provider of TruckSmart driver training, a seven hour training course for commercial HGV drivers.
Transport for London (TfL) has released interim direct vision star ratings for Euro VI Heavy Goods Vehicles (HGVs) as part of the development of its proposed Direct Vision Standard (DVS).