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Pennsylvania Turnpike #457453

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Apr 04, 1971
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(Studio) Completion of Highway 80 in Pennsylvania may turn Pennsylvania turnpike into commuter road.
REPORTER: Frank McGee

(Pennsylvania-Ohio Border) [Turnpike Official Lee RISHEL - says many communities feared turnpike would destroy area economy when 1st completed.] Film shows dangerous sections of turnpike.
REPORTER: Lou Davis

(Breezewood, Pennsylvania) New Highway 80 and other factors causing motorists to use other routes. [Motel Owner Marcus DOWNES - says business off because not as much traffic on turnpike.] [Diner Owner Nelson BROWN - says busmen. can travel Highway 80 for free, so they do.] [Gas station Owner Rodney MARSHALL - says business dropping off.]
REPORTER: Lou Davis

Reporter(s):
Davis, Lou;
McGee, Frank
Duration:
00:03:50

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