Intersection around I-95 and Route 4 ranked as most congested intersection in nationPosted: Updated:
The American Transportation Institute ranked a road in Fort Lee the most congested intersections in the nation.
Using GPS data from 1 million trucks, the organization says an intersection where I-95 meets Route 4 was rated as the most congested in America.
The I-95 and Route 4 intersection was also rated the worst bottleneck in America in 2014. This year it traded the number two spot with the intersection of Interstates 85 and 285 North of Atlanta.
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