Do you spend a lot of your time driving through central London and wondering how much of your life you waste in the car?
Well thanks to some government statistics and number-crunching boffins, we have the answer, but be warned - it does not make happy reading.
The figures reveal Westminster drivers spent around 24 hours more in their car in 2016 than they did the year before.
The average speed of cars on the borough’s A roads decreased by 0.6mph - from 10mph in 2015 to 9.4mph in 2016, which was enough to increase the average delay by 16.8 seconds per mile travelled.
This may not sound like much, but once the maths are done you may think differently.
The average person in England travels 5,160 miles in a car annually as either driver or passenger.
This means that if you drive as much as the average person in England and happened to do so in Westminster you spent 86,688 more seconds caught in road delays in 2016 than you did in 2015.
That works out to be a thoroughly depressing 24 hours and five minutes.
It gets worse - the average delay for Westminster’s A roads has now reached 216.3 seconds per mile travelled, meaning if you do all your driving in Westminster, you’re spending the equivalent of 13 days a year caught in road delays. Or four Bank Holiday weekends.
The increase in delays, from 199.5 in 2015, represents an 8.4% rise, which is the 14th worst in England.
Also, let us not forget that Westminster City Council has introduced fines for engine idling , with motorists refusing to turn off their cars while stuck in traffic in risking on-the-spot fines in a bid to tackle air pollution.
Overall, the road delays increased three times as much as the 2.8% increase elsewhere in England.
The delays in England as a whole increased by 1.3 seconds from 44.6 seconds per mile travelled to 45.9 seconds.
It means people are now spending more than two and a half days a year caught in road delays and one hour and 55 minutes more than they did in 2015.
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