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In Depth (Traffic Jams / Gasoline Price Hikes) #627746

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 23, 1999
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Denver: Roger O'Neil) The increasing problems with heavy traffic examined. [Cambridge Systematics Dr. Rich MARGIOTTA - says too many vehicles are on the road.] [American Highway Users Alliance William FAY - says modern driving habits are a formula for congestion.] [Contractor William SINGER - talks about driving in Los Angeles.] [Texas Transportation Institute Tim LOMAX - says traffic problems are the downside of prosperity.]

(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Washington: Lisa Myers) Higher gasoline prices reported; details given of Iraqi President Saddam Hussein's surprise cutoff of oil supplies. [Petroleum Industry Research Association Lawrence GOLDSTEIN - says Hussein knows that cutting off Iraqi oil will have a worldwide impact.] [PEOPLE - complain about gas prices.] [Institute for International Economics Jeffrey SCHOTT - says the effect of the oil cutoff will depend on the amount of time.]

Brokaw, Tom;
Myers, Lisa;
O'Neil, Roger

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