What is the most congested route?

| December 12, 2008

KEITH LUCE
Alfred, N.Y.
Prime Inc.
“I-95 in New York, through the Bronx.”

JERMAINE HAMMOND
Chicago
USA Trucking
“I-80 from Indiana to Chicago because of the road work.”

DEAN HUDSON
Vernon, Ala.
U.S. Xpress
“I-85 from Atlanta to Virginia. It’s just packed day and night.”

SHIRLEY DASCH
Cooperstown, N.Y.
FedEx Custom Critical
“When we go into New York City, it takes us about two to three hours just to get to JFK.”

KEVIN MOSELY
Temple, Texas
U.S. Xpress
“I-80 near Gary, Ind., and I-294. There’s a lot of construction there, and it’s just backed up.”

WILLIE BURTON
Livingston, Ala.
McElroy Truck Lines
“Probably I-285 through Atlanta. People just drive crazy over there. Everybody is in a hurry.”

MIKE REEVES
Birmingham, Ala.
R.E. Garrison
“I-40 through Tennessee, because it’s always congested. Or
I-81 up through Virginia. It has just become a major traffic corridor between the Northeast and Southeast.”

GARY SMITH
Indianola, Miss.
J&M Transport
“I-85 out of Charleston, S.C.”

CARRIE BRIGGS
Oxford, Miss.
USF Glen Moore
“Anything through Chicago. I-80/94, where it runs right along the bottom.”

BRYANT McDONALD
Philadelphia, Miss.
B&G Wood and Industry
“Around Atlanta. It has to be the worst.”

PAUL BAIN
Birmingham, Ala.
TMC Transportation
“I-95 up through the New York area.”

LARRY HORSLEY
Mount Pleasant, Texas
PAM Transport
“I-20 going through Birmingham. It’s bad.”

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