The boss of a haulage firm and his mechanic have been found guilty of manslaughter for a tipper truck crash in Bath that killed four people.
The director of a haulage firm with operations in Shrewsbury and Coalville has been disqualified from the industry for two years after a regulator found that he encouraged drivers to commit offences.
The Traffic Commissioners for Great Britain are offering advice to operators and licence applicants to help them prepare for the revised standard licence financial standing tests.
The director of a waste disposal company has been suspended from driving professionally after he failed to stop for enforcement checks by DVSA.
Traffic Commissioner Nick Denton has reminded operators and transport managers of the need to be extra vigilant for drivers who are using more than one card to hide excessive driving.
A concrete and aggregate supplier has been refused permission to operate commercial vehicles after one of its directors said he would rather take the risk of operating illegally.
Regulator says he has no confidence in director and transport manager.
The directors of a Walsall haulage firm have been disqualified from the industry for four years by the region's Traffic Commissioner.
A skip operator has been disqualified from running vehicles for six months.
A scaffolder has been disqualified from running vehicles for six months after the region’s Traffic Commissioner concluded he deserved to go out of business.
Senior traffic commissioner, Beverley Bell is urging truck operators to keep enforcement agencies informed when they act upon improvement notices.
Delegates will hear from Traffic Commissioners on their priorities for the coming year at FTA Transport Manager from September to December.
Beverley Bell has had her term as Senior Traffic Commissioner (STC) for Great Britain extended until spring, 2017.
A transport manager who carried out international journeys on a standard national licence has been disqualified from the industry.
The London and South East Traffic Commissioner has called on restricted operators to “take ownership of compliance” after revoking an operating licence for widespread failings.
The owners of a Brentford refuse and recycling business have been banned from running vehicles for five years by the region’s Traffic Commissioner.
Drivers employed by a Cramlington haulage firm have been warned they will face serious action if they fail to secure loads effectively.
Two of the owners of Thornley-based S M Skips have been banned from operating vehicles after failing to declare serious convictions to the industry regulator.
A transport manager has been disqualified from the industry for two years by the East of England Traffic Commissioner, Richard Turfitt.
A driver has been refused permission to obtain his first provisional LGV licence until June 21, 2016, after he was disqualified for drink-driving.