new york

Hinterland connections have always been an issue at the port of New York/New Jersey, which currently sees around 90% of the cargo in and out through its gates transported by truck, causing serious congestion woes. According to The Maritime Executive, the port authority has drawn up a raft of measures to reduce this dependence, including building new rail freight terminals and dredging inland waterways to increase barge capacity.

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