As a global hub of commerce, culture, tourism, finance and statecraft, metropolitan London is home to 13 million people and draws 19 million visitors annually. Despite its fabulous “Tube” system, moving around the British capital can be an exercise in world-class gridlock. And while vacationers might accept the delays to gawk at Big Ben or the London Eye, an executive ready to close an imminent megadeal deadline might be much less sanguine about a ground jam. There are ...


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