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Highways England has installed 175 airport-runway-style LED road studs to help mark out lanes at one of England’s busiest motorway junctions

The new funds will help make it possible to develop and test a range of new solutions for large truck operators needing cost-effective retrofit options.

Tolls on the Severn Crossings will be abolished on Monday 17th December, allowing those travelling between South Wales and the South West of England to save on journeys.

Ten city regions across England have been shortlisted to bid for a share of £840 million to upgrade public transport links and connecting them to work areas, the Prime Minister has announced.

Following the DfT's report on the Longer Semi-Trailer (LST) trial, the Freight Transport Association is pushing the Department to conclude its trial early to bring them into general circulation as soon as possible.

 Features

Cheat devices mean a lorry can produce up to 20 times more dangerous emissions. The DVSA has now become routinely checking lorries they stop at the roadside for emissions cheating

The Freight Transport Association has changed its Logistics Carbon Reduction Scheme to become the Logistics Emissions Reduction Scheme to incorporate air quality performance

Sheffield City Council’s highways maintenance project, Streets Ahead, has a growing alternatively‑fuelled fleet, including hydrogen vans and electric vehicles. GreenFleet chats to Thomas Cullingford, environment manager at Amey, the firm delivering the contract

The DVSA’s Earned Recognition Scheme allows commercial vehicle operators to prove they meet driver and vehicle standards. The DVSA's Gordon Macdonald explains how it works

Transformation in the mobility service ecosystem

The transformation of fleet ownership to user-ship was the first wave in the mobility service evolution. The industry is now at the cusp of the second wave, where mobility is being transformed into an integrated service offering. Abishek Narayanan from Frost & Sullivan reports