21 January 2021 #Bus and Coach #TNB News

TfL has completed its programme to fit its older buses with newer engines to reduce particulate emissions. The project, which began in 2017, has ensured that the 9,000-strong fleet meets the Euro VI emissions standards required by ULEZ. TfL stated

17 December 2020 #TNB News #Truck

With Transport for London’s (TfL) Direct Vision Standard (DVS) coming into effect from March 1st 2021, fleets are urged to begin the application process now to avoid delays and contravention of the legislation. The scheme is part of London’s Vision

16 July 2020 #Bus and Coach #News #TNB News

All London buses are once again taking payments for fares, after new measures designed to protect drivers and passengers from coronavirus were introduced across the entire TfL fleet. The reintroduction follows a detailed analyisis by University College London’s (UCL) Centre

Transport for London (TfL) has given the go-ahead for driving training company Fleet Source to deliver FORS-funded training on road safety and environmental responsibility during lockdown. Fleet Source will provide the theory element of Safe Urban Driving, Van Smart and

29 January 2020 #CV Sector #News #TNB News #Truck

More than 8,000 HGV Safety Permits have been issued as part of the Direct Vision Standard so far, according to Transport for London (TfL). However, despite the encouraging start, TfL estimates that around 250,000 HGVs that enter London each year

22 January 2020 #News #TNB News

Transport for London and 10 partners from across the freight industry have joined forces to launch a new challenge aimed at finding innovative solutions to some of the biggest issues caused by freight and servicing in London. FreightLab – one

18 December 2019 #Bus and Coach #News

Transport for London has recognised Alexander Dennis with an award for its work in support of the capital’s new Bus Safety Standard. The Award for Collaboration, given as part of TfL’s 2019 Supplier Awards, was made in recognition of the

06 November 2019 #CV Sector #News #TNB News #Truck

Operators can now apply for HGV Safety Permits a year ahead of the compulsory enforcement of London’s new Direct Vision Standard on 26 October 2020. Direct Vision Standard will target vehicle blind spots, with vehicles being awarded a star rating

05 September 2019 #Bus and Coach #News #TNB News #Uncategorised

Transport for London has set out a series of measures designed to improve safety by tackling bus driver fatigue following the publication of new research. Half a million pounds will be invested to introduce pioneering solutions that include the introduction

Demand-responsive services are a growth area in public transport and represent a massive opportunity moving forward. The prevalence of mobile phones means virtually every would-be customer now carries his or her very own ‘bus stop’ in their pocket. The potential

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