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EPA Clean Air Programs / Boston / Seattle #225769

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 16, 1973
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(Studio) Environmental Protection Agency proposals for cleaner air in 23 metropolitan areas aim at cutting auto traffic.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(Boston, Massachusetts) Environmental Protection Agency plans drastic action to cut traffic. Radio station WBZ advertises commuter, computer club card for Boston residents Ex. of computer matching described involving Mrs. Judy Mitchell, Bob Smith.
REPORTER: David Henderson

(Seattle, WA) Free bus transportation in downtown Seattle results in less automobiles. [Seattle transit director Carle SALLEY - says only problem involves some bus riders demanding to pay.]
REPORTER: Richard Wagner

Reporter(s):
Cronkite, Walter;
Henderson, David;
Wagner, Richard
Duration:
00:02:40

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