Toni (left) and Pat Davey in Wapping
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Olympics Games Lanes: A Londoner's concerns

Extra traffic regulations during the London 2012 Olympics include closing side roads, banning some turns, changing traffic signals, suspending parking and pedestrian crossings, and introducing controversial Games Lanes for athletes, officials and VIPs.

Residents in Tower Hamlets - near a key route linking central London to the Olympic Park - fear the area may become marooned due to the restrictions on The Highway which runs through Wapping.

Toni Davey, a full-time carer for her wheelchair-using husband Pat, tells the BBC's Ian Ramsdale of her concerns.

  • 16 Jan 2012
  • From the section UK