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28Oct93 UK: LONDON MORNING CRUSH PLUNGES TO 30-YEAR LOW.

The number of people entering central London during the morning rush hour in 1992 fell to its lowest level in more than 30 years.Statistics from the Department of Transport reveal that fewer than 1 million people a day travelled in London's morning rush hour last year.The statistics are a blow for London's major infrastructure projects, such as CrossRail, which were conceived to combat rising passenger levels.The 1993 edition of Transport Statistics for London also show that travel ...

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