Ahead of the Chancellor’s Spring Statement, a Joint Statement has been issued by the UKCOA, CPT, RHA and the Guild of British Coach Operators concerning Fuel Prices. (Click the image above to read the statement).
Permanent protective barriers are being installed on Westminster Bridge to make it safer for pedestrians and cyclists. Work will continue until late January 2022, with some overnight finishing works continuing into early February. During the works there will only be one lane in each direction for all traffic, causing delays, especially at busy times.
If you hold an operator’s licence it is important that your email address, telephone number and postal address held by them is correct. If your contact details are not correct you may not receive important correspondence from the traffic commissioner that may affect your operator’s licence. To check, log into your VOL self service account today. If … Continue reading “From the Office of the Traffic Commissioner: Have you changed your contact details?”
Contractors working on behalf of Thames Water will be carrying out water connection works. Shaftesbury Avenue will be closed between Piccadilly Circus and Cambridge Circus northbound only. Monday 22 August 08:00 – Friday 27 August 17:00
Sheffield – Clean Air Zone Implementation Work on implementing the Clean Air Zone for Sheffield is underway despite the final date and some other details still to be confirmed. Installation of signs and enforcement cameras has started and this work will continue over the rest of the summer period. The Clean Air Zone, which will … Continue reading “Sheffield – Clean Air Zone Implementation”
Updated HGV and PSV manuals were published on 11 April 2022. You can read the updated HGV and PSV manuals on the gov.uk website. The changes come into effect from 1 May. The DVSA is contacting operators now to make them aware and give them time to prepare their vehicles for their annual test. The main changes … Continue reading “HGV and PSV inspection manuals have been updated”
UKCOA member Readybus has stepped into the breach as a planned rail strike threatens to hinder the many visitors to Imber on the annual Imberbus running day on Saturday 20 August. Operating since 2009, Imberbus has grown from just five Routemaster buses running from Warminster to Imber, to an annual event linking other villages including … Continue reading “Travel by Coach to Imberbus”