With New Yorkers getting more packages delivered to their doors than ever before, congestion from delivery trucks is at an all-time high.

Some New Yorkers have been documenting the traffic jams on social media and this week, Manhattan Borough President Mark Levine introduced legislation to change the way deliveries work in the five boroughs.

Under his proposal, delivery workers would have access to parking garages to unload and sort packages, some deliveries would be made using larger electric cargo bikes and more curbside loading zones would be added to every residential neighborhood.

On Friday, Levine joined the “Mornings On 1” team to discuss how he thinks the legislation could be beneficial not only in reducing traffic, but pollution as well.