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2012 Olympics, Greater London

Data shows congestion caused by Olympic Games Lanes

The Olympic Games Lanes restrictions have increased congestion in London compared to a normal school holiday weekday but there are some indicators of drivers altering their journeys, according to traffic analysts Inrix.

Inrix released data collected on the first day that some of the Games Lanes were enforced showing that traffic travelling from Heathrow to Hammersmith was taking twice as long than normal with peak period delays of more than an hour. However, delays on a number of arterial...

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