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Archive for December, 2013

Investigation casebook: Two quid pro quo?

Posted: Saturday, December 28th, 2013

28 December 2013 By Chris Tindall Normal 0 false false false EN-GB X-NONE X-NONE We’re taking a look back at some of the year’s best Investigations featured in Commercial Motor magazine. Little did we know that the A14 would become the issue it did when we ran our first of two investigations of the year Read more…

 

Investigation casebook: Unlevel playing field

Posted: Saturday, December 28th, 2013

28 December 2013 By Robin Meczes We’re taking a look back at some of the year’s best Investigations featured in Commercial Motor magazine. Driver CPC is not the most popular ever initiative within road transport. Our 18 July investigation found it may not be the most consistently policed either. Unlevel playing field News that British Read more…

 

TCs report 2013: Eastern traffic area

Posted: Saturday, December 28th, 2013

28 December 2013 By Roger Brown In his contribution to the TCs report, Eastern traffic commissioner Richard Turfitt stated that it is imperative operators can see that enforcement and regulation provide value for money. The TC explained: “Any unnecessary cost places the ability of transport companies to deliver at issue. It is therefore entirely appropriate Read more…

 

Investigation casebook: Not such a rush for longer semis after all

Posted: Friday, December 27th, 2013

27 December 2013 By Chris Tindall We’re taking a look back at some of the year’s best Investigations featured in Commercial Motor magazine. In our 17 January edition we highlighted that the longer semi-trailer trial looked was set to come up short, something the Department for Transport finally conceeded in the summer before relaunching it Read more…

 

Top 10 Commercial Motor front covers 2013

Posted: Friday, December 27th, 2013

27 December 2013 By George Barrow It is the all important shop window for Commercial Motor so it is understandable that an awful lot of time and effort goes into making each cover of the magazine. Although we’ve got a fair idea of what covers sell magazines, it’s not an exact science, but if the Read more…

 

TCs report 2013: West Midlands traffic area

Posted: Friday, December 27th, 2013

27 December 2013 By Roger Brown Traffic Commissioner for the West Midlands, Nick Jones, said the planned Vosa/DSA merger provides an opportunity to address “existing systematic problems”. He also remarked on the 2012 framework document from the TCs and the Department for Transport, designed to help clarify the nature of the commissioners’ relationship with Vosa Read more…

 

Cut Severn toll, urges FTA

Posted: Friday, December 27th, 2013

With the toll to cross the Severn bridge set to rise, the Federation of Small Businesses in Wales and the Freight Transport Association are calling for an immediate cut in Severn Crossings tolls once the bridges pass into public hands. The organisations reckon the toll should be reduced to cover maintenance only, when the current Read more…

 

Top 10 Commercial Motor front covers 2013

Posted: Thursday, December 26th, 2013

26 December 2013 By George Barrow The front cover is Commercial Motor’s shop window – which makes it rather an important asset. With that in mind an awful lot of time and effort goes into making each one as appealing as possible. Although it’s not an exact science, we’ve got a fair idea of what Read more…

 

TCs report 2013: Welsh traffic area

Posted: Thursday, December 26th, 2013

26 December 2013 By Roger Brown Over the next eight days Commercialmotor.com will take a look at the nuances of each traffic area in the United Kingdom, as outlined in the traffic commissioners annual report. First up is the Welsh traffic area, and the comments of TC Nick Jones. He explained that there are issues Read more…

 

Investigation casebook: The name of the game

Posted: Wednesday, December 25th, 2013

25 December 2013 By Chris Druce We’re taking a look back at some of the year’s best Investigations featured in Commercial Motor magazine. For our Christmas edition [19 December] we looked once again at some of the more unusual company names within road transport. The name of the game What makes a company name memorable? Read more…

 


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