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How Britain could be gridlocked Daily Express, May 18 2003 Every day, we are always on the brink of transport gridlock.
Industry cannot wait until 2020 for improvements to the motorway network, such as the M6 north of Birmingham which is already gridlocked daily.
Although often gridlocked by traffic, LA moves to a rhythm all of its own.
Ignoring traffic, blaring horns and fingered salutes, we kissed on cheeks, then lips and hips gridlocked.