The folks organizing the 2012 London Olympic Games last week released their first Summary Transport Plan. Aroundtherings.com reported there is "virtually no parking at Olympic venues and calls for all spectators and most volunteers and workers to rely on public transportation.'' With crowds expected to reach 800,000 per day, the only bright side is ticket-holders will receive ''discounted rail tickets into the city and free public transportation passes within London.'' Meaning if Chicago does earn the right to host the 2016 Games, the chances of most folks finding a parking place will be remote. To read the full article, click here.