An inside look at the impact of urban supply chain congestion

Like clockwork during morning and afternoon rush hours, the streets in and around major cities turn a deep crimson on Google Maps.

Particularly in four major U.S. cities — New York, Chicago, Los Angeles and Atlanta — congestion has become the scourge of urban activity, challenging city leaders and supply chain managers to develop smart solutions.

In a first-of-its-kind crossover, Smart Cities Dive and Supply Chain Dive collaborated to take a deeper look at these cities and assess how technologies are transforming gridlocks among trucking, rail, port and aviation operations.