ABC Evening News for Friday, Jun 15, 1973
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(Studio) Clean Air Act 1970 includes cities submitting clean air plans to Environmental Protection Agency. If inadequate, agency makes plans for city. NYC has plans and Los Angeles, California, a proposal.
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith
(NYC) NYC's plan to make vehicle entrance in city more difficult and costly. To be reduction in parking space, night truck deliveries, bus express lanes, extra taxi inspection.
REPORTER: Bob Young
(Los Angeles, California) Clean air plan in proposal stages. Protection agency suggests rationing gas and freezing gas prices, banning parking lots and cutting available ones by 20%, express lanes for buses, motorcycle restriction, antismog devices on older vehicles. Could lead to ban on all traffic in Los Angeles by 1977.
REPORTER: Dick Shoemaker
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