The Debate Over an Upstate NY Commute
We all know what it’s like to be stuck behind a slow-moving truck or construction vehicle. Now imagine that frustration dragging on for 150 miles, and consider the economic consequences for towns along that road.
It’s a real problem for residents of the region of far upstate New York called the North Country who have to use a two-lane road near the Canadian border to travel east and west across the northern part of the state.
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