Transport for London (TfL) has suggested the time of business deliveries could be changed in order to ease congestion in London.
TfL has suggested that timing deliveries outside the peak hours of 07:00 and 13:00 could cut down on exhaust emissions as well as reducing journey times. Up to £200 billion of goods are moved on London’s roads every year; more than the GDP of Honk Kong. However, future development such as the expansion of the Cycle Superhighway is expected to cause more disruption to the capital’s roads.
London’s Transport Commissioner Sir Peter Hendy said the need for businesses to adapt has “never been more pressing”.
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