London Olympic games: Transport plans to cope with congestion

London's transport bosses are asking people to change their routines during the 2012 Olympics so the roads, trains and buses can cope.

Andrew Cryan reports on the plans to tweak traffic lights and ask people to travel off-peak during the games in the summer to cope with millions of extra visitors in the capital.

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