This week’s VinRoutes newsletter clearly has a transportation theme, and for good reason. The Biden administration’s proposed American Jobs Plan is a piece of legislation we are watching closely considering the impact it would have on the U.S. transportation infrastructure.
Long-haul truckers know the best spots across the country for a decent cup of coffee or to catch a quick nap. They also know where the worst congestion is, too.
Here are the top 10 truck bottlenecks in the U.S., according to the latest statistics from the American Transportation Research Institute (ATRI).
|Top 10 Truck Bottlenecks in the U.S.|
|#1 Fort Lee, NJ||I-95 at SR 4|
|#2 Cincinnati, OH||I-71 at I-75|
|#3 Atlanta, GA||I-285 at I-85 (North)|
|#4 Atlanta, GA||I-20 at I-285 (West)|
|#5 Houston, TX||I-45 at I-69/US 59|
|#6 Chicago, IL||I-290 at I-90/I-94|
|#7 Chattanooga, TN||I-75 at I-24|
|#8 St. Louis, MO||I-64/I-55 at I-44|
|#9 Rye, NY||I-95 at I-287|
|#10 San Bernardino, CA||I-10 at I-15|