'Slowest city in the world': London tops UK league table for rush hour fuel costs and carbon emissions

Stuart Stone
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CO2 impact of London’s petrol vehicles rises 1.5 per cent as capital remains world's slowest city to drive through, according to TomTom Traffic Index

London once again topped TomTom's annual Traffic Index, as the capital was this week declared the "slowest city in the world to drive through" for the second year in a row. According to data from the...

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