Longer semi-trailers given go ahead

The use of longer semi-trailers (LSTs) on Britain’s roads has been given the green light by transport secretary Grant Schapps.

What is the future for city freight?

Looking at the history of freight transport, rivers and waterways used to see most of the action. But then, water was replaced by road and rail, and things haven’t changed much since then.

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