New York’s first contribution to the list is the infamous Lincoln Tunnel. A crucial connector between the state’s of New York and New Jersey, the 2.6-mile Lincoln Tunnel between JFK Boulevard and 10th Avenue burns up 1.7 million gallons of excess gas each year amidst 3.4 million lost hours, keeping $87 million in commensurate dollars out of the Big Apple’s economy.
Lincoln Tunnel between 10th Avenue and John F. Kennedy Blvd. (New York and New Jersey)
- I-10 between Santa Fe Avenue and Crenshaw Blvd. (Los Angeles, Calif.)
- U.S. 101 between Franklin Avenue and Glendale Blvd. (Los Angeles, Calif.)
- I-405 between Venice Blvd. and Wilshire Blvd. (Los Angeles, Calif.)
- U.S. 101 between Sepulveda Blvd. and Laurel Canyon Blvd. (Los Angeles, Calif.)
- I-95 between I-895 and Broadway (New York City, N.Y.)