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As a report says that London's traffic is so congested, it's quicker to travel by horse and cart than it is on the road, Nick Ferrari put that to the test.
Three LBC reporters started Billingsgate Market. Which one was able to get back to LBC Towers at Leicester Square first? Watch below to find out what happened.
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Charlotte Wright travelled by black cab. Rachael Venables took the Thames Clipper. And Theo Usherwood rode on a horse and cart.
Despite a very slow start Rachael stormed to victory as she went a the traffic free river route. Theo spent a lot of time in traffic but still managed to pip the taxi to come second. Watch the whole thing back above.
This is all because statistics from TfL show some central London buses were travelling at an average of 3.8mph, which is slower than a horse and cart.