Because of the absence of cars and the closure of so many roads, he found a London transformed. None of those many people who wanted to be in London had had any problem getting there. We have a transport system, particularly a bus system, than can accommodate crowds and deliver them in time if the roads are clear.
Free from noise and pollution, speed and danger, our capital seemed to be a dignified yet lively city worth spending time in, rather than a smoky wen from which to escape as fast as possible on a sunny Saturday. Is it not time to make this state of affairs permanent?