The Debate Over an Upstate NY Commute

If you thought your morning commute was bad, try traveling a two-lane road in far upstate New York near the Canadian border. It stretches 150 miles east to west across the northern part of the state and can take more than three hours to navigate. Albany Public TV’s Matt Ryan examines the pros and cons of turning the small road into a four-lane “rooftop highway.”
Aired: 3/27/2014 | 0:07:36