* London transport system copes with quiet early rush hour * Commuters say transport system seems unusually subdued * London grappling with 3 million extra journeys a day By William James and Alessandra Prentice LONDON, July 30 (Reuters) - Britain's much maligned public transport system coped with an unusually quiet early rush hour on the first full working day of the Olympics on Monday, winning an early gold for carrying one ...
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