Weehawken, United States of America
MASSIVE TRAFFIC JAM ENTERING NEW YORK VIA LINCOLN TUNNEL.
Traffic lines the entrance ramp for the Lincoln Tunnel into New York
City, in Weehawken, New Jersey, September 17, 2001. Massive traffic
jams of from one to three hours delayed the commute of New Jersey
residents into the city on the first day of "business as usual" after
the World Trade Center disaster. With the Holland Tunnel closed
indefinitely, the Lincoln Tunnel became the only way into the city for
commuters from south and central New Jersey, and the problem was
compounded by police searches of trucks entering the tunnel.