The world's longest traffic jam? 100km back-up in Mongolia

Ruth Doherty

One of the world's biggest traffic jams was going nowhere this weekend as vehicles tailed back more than 100 kilometers along the motorway on the Inner Mongolian section of the Beijing-Tibet Highway over the past week.

And we thought the British summer holiday exodus was bad!

The highway is undergoing a two-year road repair and expansion project to smooth traffic flows.

But, in the meantime, there must be a lot of I Spy games going on at once...

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