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LONDON TRAFFIC

The English Board of Trado have published an interesting statistical account of traffic in London. While the number of inhabitants in London has increased from 6,710,272 in 1903 to 8.471,146, the number of journeys per head per year has increased from 145 to 244. The number of Passengers on . electric tramways was 63,797,866 in 1910, 821,819,714 in 19U, and in 1912 defended to 797,487,581. Tho number of people transported by motorbus has continually increased. It was 377,207,550 in 1910, 406,628.487 in 1911, Mid 551,622,398 in 1912. Owing to the protective devices employed, the number jf accidents due to electric tramways is 7ery smalL Out of 100 fatal accidents, jnly 1} are due to tho electric tramways.

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LONDON TRAFFIC, Issue 15672, 10 December 1914

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LONDON TRAFFIC Issue 15672, 10 December 1914

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