Hauliers urged to object to ‘ludicrous’ plan to prevent HGVs stopping on any road in Kent


 

The RHA has accused Kent County Council (KCC) of “an abuse of process” following its attempt to permanently ban HGVs from stopping on roads in the county. A temporary ban introduced in January in seven Kent boroughs was widely criticised, with Logistics UK complaining that both the DfT and the council had failed to consider the welfare of lorry drivers. The move was seen as necessary to avoid lengthy post-Brexit queues when the UK exited the European Union. Truck drivers […][1]



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