Supply chain cargo ships backlog is causing traffic chaos in LA with trucks gridlocking city’s streets while trying to pick up goods from backed -up port

  •  The backlog of supply chain cargo ships has continued to affect US port cities such as Los Angeles and Savannah 
  • Traffic jams in Los Angeles have been reported as delivery trucks have gridlocked the city’s streets waiting to get supplies from the cargo ships
  • California Gov. Gavin Newsom issued an executive order that aims to ease the backlog on Wednesday
  • Tourists have been flocking to Georgia’s port city to catch a glimpse of the backed up ships  

The supply chain crisis has continued to affect US port cities with trucks hauling cargo containers remain backed up in Los Angeles traffic and Savannah tourists flocking to see cargo ships stuck outside the city’s port.

The cities of Los Angeles and Savannah have some of the country’s busiest ports as goods and products, or lack thereof, are shipped there for delivery.

A neighborhood in LA has been backed up with delivery trucks throughout the day waiting for the jammed up cargo ships to unload, much to the dismay of residents trying to maneuver around the huge vehicles.

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The backlog of ships appears to have the opposite effect on tourists to Savannah, Georgia who are fascinated by the phenomenon.


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