London’s red route penalty hike penalises hauliers, warns Logistics UK

London’s red route penalty hike penalises hauliers, warns Logistics UK
 

Logistics UK has condemned the 24% hike in penalty charges on London’s red routes – which comes into force today (17 January) – as a tax on hauliers. Transport for London (TfL) is increasing the fine from GBP130 to GBP160. The penalty charge will be reduced by 50% if paid within 14 days and increased by 50% if paid after 28 days.

Natalie Chapman, Logistics UK policy chief for the South, said: “Logistics businesses need road and kerbside access to […][1]


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