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The Gallery | How underground roads would look

These drawings show how four major London roads could be moved underground.

Boris Johnson said today that further feasibility work would be carried out by Transport for London (TfL) on the potential projects.

The London mayor said the A13 at Barking; the A3 at Tolworth; the A4 in Hammersmith and the A406 at New Southgate could all benefit from tunnels, fly-unders or decking.

He also mooted moving the A316 underground at Chalkers Corner, although no images were released of this scheme.

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