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It means the end of the road for some of the capital's notorious traffic "gyratories" like Archway, Aldgate, and Elephant and Castle.
A new report reveals 28,889 reported robberies and thefts against London's businesses in 2013.
Hundreds of level crossings could be exceeding official death-risk limits.
A report by MPs said Rail regulators should set a target of zero fatalities at level crossings from 2020.
RMT's Bob Crow said crossings should be phased out quickly because of their danger.
Ria Chatterjee looks at the impact heavy traffic it's having on London.
– Chris Lambert, Inrix
Last year we spent around 90 hours stuck in queues on the A4 out of London.
And, it's quite surprising that it's the afternoon when the congestion gets worse - but that's probably because people want to leave work all at the same time rather than stagger journeys in.
Traffic jams in London are getting worse, with each of Britain's top 10 most congested roads in the capital. New research shows a big jump in wasted hours during the London commute, rising from 72 hours in 2012 to 82 hours last year. These are the top ten most congested roads:
- 1) A4, Central London to the M4
- 2) A4, M4 to Central London
- 3) A215, Camberwell to the Croydon turnoff
- 4) A217, Morden to Chelsea
- 5) A1/A1(M), Finchley to Barbican
- 6) A23, Croydon to Westminster Bridge Road
- 7) A205, Catford to Woolwich Ferry
- 8) A41, Central London to M1
- 9) A12, Stratford to M25
- 10) A406, Chiswick Roundabout to Neasden Junction
Here's what the Dartford Crossing will look like when the tolls disappear later this year. From October, ANPR technology will be used to charge drivers - similar to the way the London Congestion charge works.
Driver will also be able to pay online, at selected shops or by phone. The crossing will still be free to use between 10pm and 6am.
Europe Minister David Lidington has written to his Government colleague Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin saying the line will concrete over farmland which currently serves as natural flood protection for his constituents' homes.