You get the Department for Transport's promotional video for 'Operation Step Change' - an "initiative" that's measuring "new patterns of travelling to work" ahead of the Olympic Games.
Or to put it another way: the government wants everyone in London to walk/cycle/kayak into work during the Olympics. And keen to show that we're all in it together (© David Cameron), it's wheeled out various transport ministers in the video above to show us just how easy it is to walk/cycle/kayak into work. Anything but using public transport, of course, which is what they're in charge of providing.
GASP! As Mike Penning reveals how he left the house at 6.15 that morning! SHUDDER! At the sight of Francis Maude with backpack and sans jacket because he's "got out the bike again". BE AMAZED as he and Justine Greening discover the joys of video conferencing!
Yes, it's all here in the 'Step Change' video. Along with Justine Greening's you-couldn't-make-it-up chat during her "good ol' walk" up to Cabinet. "We're trying to reroute, remode, retime," she explains. "I'm remoding at the moment." The Department of Social Affairs and Citizenship would be proud...