New York City currently relies on a highway-based freight system that is increasingly expensive, unreliable, and polluting.
“The main entryway for packages into New York City, leading to the George Washington Bridge from New Jersey, has become the most congested interchange in the country.” – New York Times, 10/28/19
“The Brooklyn Queens Expressway (is) a clattery, belching, potholed sluice of despair. The long-neglected midcentury highway is collapsing. Experts give it until 2026.” – New York Times, 4/10/19