June 30 (Bloomberg) -- Transport disruption remains the biggest issue for London’s commuters and businesses during the Olympic Games to be held next month, the Financial Times reported.
People living in London are being treated as “third class citizens in their own city,” the FT said, citing an entry on the London Cyclist blog.
Locog, the games organizing committee, is attempting to reduce the impact caused by the Olympic routes network including specific roads which have been set aside for use by athletes and games officials, the report said.
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