NJ Turnpike Authority wants to widen highways through 2 towns; allow more cars into Holland Tunnel

The New Jersey Turnpike Authority is tackling congestion by widening highways through Bayonne and Jersey City.
It comes as New York City's population hits a record high, with a projection of nine million residents in 30 years.
The $4.7 billion project would allow for more cars in the Holland Tunnel, but opposing biking groups say the outcome will be more New Jersey traffic and air pollution.