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First ever test of a semi-autonomous production truck on a public road.
67% of HGV test centres across the country have seen an increase in the average waiting time for a vocational examiner.
New figures show that the number of fatal accidents involving HGVs has reduced whilst overall road fatalities have increased.
Transport Commitee launches investigation into UK HGV driver shortage.
Study reveals driverless trucks could save the haulage industry up to £47.5bn over 10 years.
HGVs drivers delivering to London may be forced to take routes that prevent them turning left.
Transport for the North (TfN) will be developing a dedicated freight and logistics strategy for an integrated transport network in the North in a bid to boost freight activity and jobs.
The FTA are demanding compensation for lorry drivers who have been caught up in the Operation Stack chaos.
The RHA agree with comments from French police that the installation of additional fencing at Calais will simply push the migrant problem elsewhere.
Suspending the training of delegated examiners for HGV driving tests does makes sense in the short term, but there must also be a long-term strategy, says FTA
The Mayor of London could almost instantly improve London’s air quality by introducing incentives such as discounted congestion charging which would be available to the cleanest freight operators, says the FTA.
The RHA urges the prime minister to visit Calais to witness the crisis first hand.
The UK haulage industry is losing £750,000 a day because of the problems at Calais. The situation is out of control as 1500 migrants storm the tunnel last night.
Banning lorries from using inner city roads during peak hours is not the best solution if the Government want to improve road safety for cyclists according to the FTA.
HGVs may be forced to carry commercial sat-nav systems in a motion put forward by Oxfordshire County Council.
New regional figures released by insolvency trade body R3 have shown that in the first half of 2015, North East companies across key sectors facing high risk of insolvency has dropped 15%.
The Home Secreatry announces that a new 'Secure Zone' will be created in Calais to protect lorry drivers.
The road transport industry comments on yesterdays budget.
Letter sent to the Chancellor signed by MPs, industry organisations and millions of motorists pleading him to not increase fuel duty
The Government are considering banning the use of hands-free phones while driving in an efforts to improve road safety.
Road Haulage Association calls for UK Government to lead EU discussions on Calais amidst the recent chaos caused by the French ferry workers strike.
Samsung look to revolutionize road safety with their innovative ‘Safety Trucks’.
New safety system that identifies restricted HGVs at Dartford Crossing.
The CILT publishes their findings on the current driver shortage crisis.
UK supermarkets could soon face a shortage of essential products because illegal immigrants trying to force their way onto lorries at the French port of Calais has brought the UK's food supply chain to the brink of collapse.
With up to 3,000 new loads per day, saving over 250 million miles per year, the impact for the UK's Carbon footprint alone is huge.