America's Most Congested Highways

Drivers trying to get through the New York City area might want to rethink their routes or take public transportation: five of the country's worst 10 highway interchanges are in the Big Apple. And most of those are along the 8.3-mile-long Cross Bronx Expressway, a narrow highway blasted through dense bedrock that takes Interstate 95 across the northern part of the city. Chicago-area residents may also want to leave their cars at home. The Dan Ryan Expressway, which cuts through the city's...Full Story
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