Olympic lanes

Motorists faced long queues on routes where pre-Olympics modifications have been made to road layouts on Tuesday. There were
Here we've got Olympic lanes and potholes disrupting traffic - in China, on Tuesday, it was a naked man causing traffic problems
Westminster was plunged into short-lived chaos on Tuesday as black cab drivers united in Parliament Square against exclusive
Dear Londoners™ the UK, Your Olympics™ start in just a few days and we hope that you're excited! They are your Olympics™ that have cost you £2.5bn£9bn£11.7bn possibly £24bn of your money, that's 38p per household, that you really need in these times of austerity but were forced have chosen to spend on what is sure to be the best Olympics™ ever ever.
TFL have made it clear that only official Games vehicles carrying athletes, staff and delegates will be allowed to use the roads. But with just 10 days until the opening ceremony, many of the roads affected by the Olympic routes have been left with unclear and confusing signposting for the public to decipher.
Preparations for London 2012 appeared to be another step closer to completion on Wednesday when one of the first Olympic