London Olympics Requires Massive Logistical Organization

Monday, July 30, 2012

For the many millions in London this summer, today is perhaps the first real test for the Olympic organizers. How do you move millions around an already busy, old and crowded city on a Monday morning, getting millions to their place of work and ferrying players and spectators to their various venues?

Dan Damon is the host of the BBC's World Update and joins us from St. Pancras station in London.


Dan Damon

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