The 2020 Top Truck Bottleneck List is out, and California is home to seven of the nation’s worst bottlenecks.

 

#9 Los Angeles: SR-60 at SR-57

#10 Los Angeles: I-710 at I-105

#12 San Bernardino: I-10 at I-15

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#41 Corona; I-15 at SR-91

#63 Los Angeles: I-110 at I-105

#75 Oakland: I-80 at I-580/I-880.

 

Several containerized freight corridors are on that list. Our drivers fight the two in Oakland every day, so we know first hand how congested they are.

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