THE case for a mass transit system that would link Bradford to Leeds is being formulated by local transport bosses.
Highways England have released roadworks schedule of new and existing road improvements. Drivers will be able to follow clearly signed diversion routes.
A Clean Air Zone (CAZ) proposed for Greater Manchester could see non-compliant buses slapped with a £100 daily charge.
All drivers must carry out a daily walkaround check to see if their HGV is safe to drive, and record the results of the check.
A new fine payment system is being introduced by DVSA for fixed penalty to replace chip and PIN payments.
A school bus and a lorry has been involved in a collision on A47. Good news that no one was injured during this collision.
The Government has rejected the plan of the Leeds City Council of making “Leads Clean Air Zone”.
Emissions released from transportation vehicles especially from older is a major contributor to air pollution. The DVSA has now become
The UK Government’s innovative new digital system “to minimise disruptive roadworks” will soon help drivers to plan a better journey.
Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) examiners will routinely check lorries they stop at the roadside for emissions cheat devices.