The Mayor and Transport for London (TfL) has launched London Freight Lab, a scheme to find new ways of making freight safer, cleaner and more efficient.
TfL is to start issuing fines for vehicles that are more than two metres wide or two metres high, or goods vehicles weighing more than two tonnes.
Commercial fleet operators are urged to act now with less than a year to go before London's Direct Vision Standard (DVS) is introduced.
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.
The London Assembly transport committee is calling on the Mayor of London and Transport for London (TfL) to reinstate a dedicated freight team.
The van scrappage scheme aims to help micro-businesses and charities prepare for London's 24-hour, seven-days-a week ultra-low emission zone (ULEZ) from April 8.
London’s ULEZ will damage small businesses while delivering limited air quality improvements, according to the Freight Transport Association (FTA).
A new £23 million scrappage scheme to help take the most polluting vans off London roads has been launched to prepare for the ultra-ow emission zone (ULEZ).
TfL says it has received a lot of interest in its scheme both in the UK and in mainland Europe, and it is keen to see the safety standard rolled out nationwide.
Dawes Highway Safety is hoping to make the fitment of its flat panel side guard safety system mandatory to help reduce accidents with pedestrians and cyclists.
Transport for London has awarded six business a share of £230,000 for innovative freight projects that aim to reduce traffic and improve air quality.
Transport for London (TfL) has released the consultation report on the Direct Vision Standard (DVS) and proposals for a HGV Safety Permit.
Transport Secretary blocks plans for a dramatic increase in Red Route Penalty Charge Notices (PCNs).
Transport for London (TfL) says motorists who fall foul of the congestion charge will pay more from January 2, 2018.
Londoners and stakeholders have been invited to give their feedback on a proposed safety standard permit scheme for Heavy Goods Vehicles (HGVs).
John Maslen finds that less is more in the future of commercial fleet vehicles.
The LFEP has seized more than 200 vehicles and issued more than 9,000 fixed penalty notices and traffic offence reports during its first two years.
Hauliers could face an increase in the cost of parking tickets from £130 to £160, if the proposals go ahead, netting TfL up to £45m a year in extra revenue.
A road-user charging scheme based on miles driven could be introduced in London to improve air quality and to cut congestion.
Matt de Prez gives insight on how TfL's Safe Urban Driving course has got 20,000 commercial vehicle drivers onto pushbikes and swap eight wheels for two.