RHA calls on new government to put road freight top of transport agenda

 

The RHA has called on political parties to put road freight at the heart of transport policy making ahead of the general election.

Its election manifesto has highlighted five key areas which it says must be addressed to keep the economy moving: transition to net zero; the skills shortage; infrastructure investment – roads and lorry parking; fuel duty and Brexit RHA chief executive, Richard Burnett said he will continue working closely with government to tackle the industry’s major issues as […]


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