Central areas in the boroughs experience traffic and gridlock

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Midtown Manhattan is known as the center of traffic and gridlock. But other city centers are competing for the title.

The NYC Department of Transportation and MTA have been re-routing some bus stops to address traffic backups. A big construction project in the area around Roosevelt Avenue and Main Street has also interrupted the flow.

State Senator Tony Avella is working with neighbors to bring attention to the problem in Downtown Flushing.