ATRI Ranks The Nation’s Worst Bottlenecks For Trucks

ATRI Ranks The Nation's Worst Bottlenecks For Trucks

The American Transportation Research Institute has released its yearly list ranking the nation’s worst bottlenecks for trucks.

The ATRI’s rankings are based on a “massive database of truck GPS data, a sophisticated IT processing system, and algorithms that quantify the impact of congestion on truck-borne freight.”

America’s Top Ten Worst Bottlenecks For Trucks

1. Atlanta, Georgia: I-285 at I-85 (North)
2. Fort Lee, New Jersey: I-95 at SR 4
3. Chicago, Illinois: I-290 at I-90/I-94
4. Louisville, Kentucky: I-65 at I-64/I-71
5. Cincinnati, Ohio: I-71 at I-75
6. Los Angeles, California: SR 60 at SR 57
7. Auburn, Washington: SR 18 at SR 167
8. Houston, Texas: I-45 at US 59
9. Atlanta, Georgia: I-75 at I-285 (North)
10. Seattle, Washington: I-5 at I-90

For the ATRI’s full list of the 100 worst bottlenecks for trucks, click here.