Sunday, January 23, 2022

Licence revoked after sole director on duty for 24 hours

North Walsham-based Wrights Coaches had its O-Licence revoked on evidence of 41 offences The three-vehicle international O-Licence held by North Walsham-based PTS Group (Norfolk), trading...
DVSA Phil breen Earned Recognition

Data and compliance – the DVSA Earned Recognition scheme

With DVSA encouraging operators to get Earned Recognition status, Croner-i looks at the scheme and how operators can most effectively become compliant The Driver and...

Gloucester Minibuses loses fresh O-Licence bid

Gloucester Minibuses, whose O-Licence for seven vehicles was revoked in October by Deputy Traffic Commissioner (DTC) Fiona Harrington, has lost its bid for a...

Licence refusal on financial grounds upheld on appeal

The Upper Tribunal upheld the decision of Traffic Commissioner Victoria Davies to refuse an application for a new one-vehicle restricted O-Licence by Huw Jones In...

Managing redundancies as furlough ends

What should employers consider when managing redundancy as the furlough scheme comes to an end? Croner-i explores the issues The furlough scheme has been a...

Drivers’ hours and tachograph offences lead to licence cut for Eurotaxis

Offences see TM disqualifications and licence cut for Bristol operator who appeared to believe he was ‘above the law’   Drivers’ hours and tachograph offences, including the falsification of records,...
Croner-i COVID-secure

COVID-secure driving: Getting back on the road

Croner-i explains the key advice given in the government’s COVID-secure guidance for working in, or from, vehicles The government guidance - Coronavirus (COVID-19): Safer Transport...

Drivers’ hours and tachograph offences bring O-Licence revocation

The offences have resulted in the revocation of the two-vehicle restricted O-Licence held by Cumnock-based A1 Lux A series of drivers’ hours and tachograph offences,...

Revocation for failure to meet main occupation rule upheld on appeal

Glasgow-based Mohammad Hussain Mansha, trading as Taxi 8, has lost his appeal to the Upper Tribunal against the refusal by Traffic Commissioner (TC) Claire...
Bus Open Data Service (BODS) scope for home to school services

BODS team advises on home-to-school scope and support

The Department for Transport (DfT), through its Bus Open Data Service (BODS) team, has summed up the scope of how BODS applies to home-to-school...

BRT and zero-emission funding for H2S among Scotland plans

Bus rapid transit (BRT) in the three largest city regions of Scotland and an extension of existing zero-emission bus funding criteria to capture vehicles...