Sewerage project shows how the Thames could again be a major cargo route

November 15, 2018 Alexander Whiteman

London is facing the perfect opportunity to revitalise the Thames’s reputation as a working river that can be a viable alternative to the city’s gridlocked roads for cargo transport.
At Intermodal Europe in Rotterdam this month, freight and fleet project manager at Transport for London (TFL), Peter Binham, said a new sewerage system being constructed in London sets a good example of this.
“More than 7m tonnes of cargo are being moved by barge in the development of ...

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