Information for people using transport or working in the transport sector during the coronavirus outbreak.
Frontline transport and roads staff have been designated 'key workers' by the Government and so can take their children to school after the gates close from 20 March to most of the country.
In the official list, now released by the Cabinet Office and The Department for Education, it states key workers include:
Report any company refusing access to toilet and handwash facilities to HGV drivers and couriers.
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The UK has left the EU
The transition period
There is now a transition period until the end of 2020 while the UK and EU negotiate additional arrangements.
Measures to manage traffic flow on Kent’s road network in the event of severe disruption to services across the English Channel.
State-of-the-art technology will be able to be deployed quickly, simply and safely.
Britain’s biggest road project is set to open to drivers more than half a year early, Highways England announced today (Thursday 6 February).
The £1.5 billion scheme to improve journeys between the East of England and the Midlands was originally planned to open to traffic by the end of 2020.
Today the Government-owned company said it plans to open the A14 improvement ahead of schedule this spring.
Online service to help drivers and businesses prepare for the introduction of clean air zones released.
A new online service has gone live today (5 February 2020) to help drivers and businesses to prepare for the introduction of clean air zones with charges in Birmingham and Leeds.
The vehicle checker will allow drivers to find out if they will be affected by the change which will charge the most polluting vehicles to drive in the cities.
How the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) earned recognition scheme works, how to apply, and what happens when you've joined.
The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) earned recognition scheme is a new way to prove you meet driver and vehicle standards.
Minister sees green revolution at Port of Blyth.
Maritime Minister Nusrat Ghani has today (16 January 2020) hailed the Port of Blyth as one of the leading lights in the British maritime industry’s push for a greener, cleaner future.