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This is one ranking where you probably don't want to repeat as champion, but for the second year in a row, the approach to the George Washington Bridge heading into New York from the New Jersey side of the Hudson River is being cited as the nation's worst truck bottleneck.
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The passage to the George Washington Bridge on the New Jersey side of the Hudson River has once again been named the country’s worst bottleneck for trucks. See a map of the 2019 Top 10 and the list of the Top 100.