Traffic jams getting worse despite congestion charge

Drivers stuck in London were stuck in traffic for 82 hours last year. That compares to 72 hours in 2012.

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Britain's ten most congested roads are all in London

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

Source: Inrix

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