The Danish Transport and Logistics Association has given the thumbs up to plans to include combined transport in Denmark’s cabotage rules, a move that was revealed by the country&rsquo...
Advances in technology mean that battery-powered heavy trucks will soon be cheaper to own and run than their petrol and diesel counterparts, according to two new studies by the Stockholm Environment I...
On 29 April two leaders of the commercial vehicle industry – Daimler Truck AG and Volvo Group – officially outlined their pioneering roadmap for the new fuel-cell joint...
In response to the publication on 28 April 2021 of the Rail Delivery Group’s Value of Rail Freight report, Zoe McLernon, Policy Manager of Multi Modal at Logistics UK comments: “Lo...
Logistics UK has urged government to begin a rolling programme of rail electrification, in a joint letter to the Transport Secretary, Grant Shapps, co-signed by more than 15 business, industry and cam...
Tyrol is once again increasing the number of lorry controls on all important transit routes across the Alps – adding 32 days to the calendar of lorry-checks...
Although the minimum gross hourly wage had already increased in France earlier this year, April 2021 saw further changes that were significant for the transport industry...
Some post-Brexit road freight traffic management measures put in place ahead of the UK’s departure from EU rules on 1 January will be removed in April, “as trade returns to normal levels&r...
Germany is no longer strictly controlling the border with the Czech Republic...
There have been no trains running between Kaub and Kamp-Bornhofen in the Rhine Valley railway line south of Koblenz for a month, whereas in just a single week in February there were 1,108 freight trai...
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Transport & Environment published the study "How to decarbonise long-haul trucking in Germany"...
The UK government has organised a series of webinars in EU countries to raise awareness of post-Brexit trade solutions, in particular TIR...
Fines on hauliers whose drivers fail to take a COVID test when entering England from outside the UK and Ireland will not be imposed until 19 April under plans to offer a two-week grace period, Th...
Measuring CO2 emissions from commercial road transport only at the tailpipe, depending on the region, could double the true carbon picture in future fuel scenarios...
The Court of Justice of the European Union has ruled that Heavy Goods Vehicle drivers who don’t produce tachograph record sheets relating to the current day and the previous 28 days are subject ...
Hauliers arriving in England from outside the UK from 6 April onwards will need to take a COVID-19 test if they are staying for more than two days, the UK government has announced, as the country bids...
Responding to 28 March 2021's announcement that logistics drivers, air crews and rail workers are to be tested for COVID-19 on their arrival to the UK, Sarah Laouadi, European Policy Manager ...
The UK government is considering the introduction of COVID-19 tests for inbound lorry drivers amid fears that a third wave of the coronavirus is gaining momentum in mainland Europe that could cause mu...
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