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(Studio) In NYC, people ride double-decker buses now for 50-cent fare; some like it, others don't.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite
(NYC) Report on comeback of double-decker buses to NYC; officials hope 2-yr. experiment will boost revenues by attracting more people to mass transit. Problems with buses on 1st day noted. [MAN - says he's not impressed.] Buses are British-made; some don't like idea of buying them from Britain. [Former double-decker busdriver Dave MOCLAIRE - says he doesn't understand why Americans didn't build buses.] Riders reactions noted. [MAN - says it's new experience; looks forward to getting off.] [2nd MAN - says it's new toy for NYC.] [3rd MAN - says everyone looks at it.]
REPORTER: Don Kladstrup
- Kladstrup, Don;
- Cronkite, Walter
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