By A Web Design
Road users are being urged to be mindful of the weather again this week.
Fuel theft is becoming an increasingly common problem in Wales, according to new data.
George Osborne's pledge to invest more in Britain's roads has been welcomed by the RHA.
The scrapping of next month's planned fuel duty increase has been welcomed by the haulage industry.
News that fuel duty will not go up next month has been received positively.
The recent Olympic Games could help to improve health and safety standards across the construction industry.
The BCC has described conditions in the construction industry at the moment as volatile.
A scheduled increase in fuel duty has been scrapped.
The logistics industry is preparing for a typically busy Christmas this year.
The transport secretary has outlined the advantages of charging foreign hauliers to use British roads.
George Osborne is under further pressure to cancel the planned hike in fuel duty.
David Cameron has said he wants the process of developing transport infrastructure to be sped up.
The HSE has condemned a construction business for failing to respond to safety warnings.
Fuel duty has become a prominent political issue, according to the FTA.
The government has won a vote on whether or not to delay January's fuel duty increase.
Road users have been told to make sure they aim to drive safely at all times.
The government is considering increasing the speed limit for lorries.
Excessive fuel duty in Britain is harming domestic businesses, according to the IEA.
Construction firms have been reminded falls from height can be easily avoided.
The government is under further pressure to cancel January's scheduled increase in fuel duty.
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