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On Shaky Ground (Infrastructure: Road Gridlock) Part IV #195510

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Feb 15, 2001
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Segment in the week-long look at the nation's infrastructure introduced; statistics on commuting cited.

(Washington and New York: Dan Harris) The worsening commute featured; scenes shown from the urban roads. [Washington, DC, commuter Cozette WINSTON - cites the crowded train parking lot.] [New York COMMUTER - comments.] [Commuting expert Alan PISARSKI - says population and affluence cause the commuting problem.] [Commuter Leigh Ann FOWLER - complains.] [Aleve associate brand manager Mark MERNER - cites Aleve's television ad campaign aimed at commuting consumers.]

Harris, Dan;
Jennings, Peter

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