Since the UK’s plunge into lockdown on 23 March the nation’s reliance on truckers to deliver food, medicines and the all-important personal protection equipment to
The Road Haulage Association is accusing Leeds City Council’s clean air plans of lacking credibility. RHA chief executive, Richard Burnett is dismayed that the council
Clean Air Zones (CAZs) are unfairly targeting hauliers and pricing trucks off the road, say a coalition of industry bodies. The British Vehicle Rental and
Government plans to provide more lorry parking across the country don’t go far enough to address the lorry parking crisis. That’s the verdict from the
The Road Haulage Association fully supports the RAC report that links vehicle breakdowns to potholes.
“The knock-on effects of today’s strike by French fishermen for hauliers will be considerable – on both sides of the Channel,” said RHA chief executive
The Foreign Secretary’s idea for a cross-Channel bridge makes for a great headline in the spirit of British and French co-operation, but the costs and
The Road Haulage Association is astonished at today’s announcement that the UK Government is to invest a further £44.5 million in additional security measures at
This week’s announcement that construction firm Carillion has gone into liquidation will have sent waves across UK PLC.
Transport for the North has launched its draft Strategic Transport Plan today (16 January) which sets out a vision to boost the North of England’s