Congestion in London is at its highest in the area soon to be stripped of it's congestion charge, a new map shows.
The image, released in response to Assembly member questions, shows that while congestion in the centre of London is low, it remains high in the Western Extension Zone and outlying area.
Top of the table are the two boroughs bordering what Hammersmith and Fulham Council leader Stephen Greenhalgh called West London's 'Berlin wall'.
Greenhalgh, whose borough leads the table, insists that the Western Extension actually increased congestion in his area by routing traffic through it to avoid the charge.
A widespread gas and water works programme has also kept congestion in the area artificially high.
But with 30,000 fewer cars entering the WEZ every day, Boris's decisions to axe the charge will surely only make a congested West London, ever more congested still.