City Council Silences Tour Buses In New York City
STEVE INSKEEP, host:
Good morning. I'm Steve Inskeep with the traffic report.
New York wants to cut down on street noise. That might seem like trying to cut down on water in the ocean. But the city banned tour guides on double-decker buses from describing the sites over loudspeakers. They have to use a headphone system.
In Tulsa, Oklahoma, a driver was in a seventh floor parking garage when he backed his Mercedes through the wall. The trunk and some of the wheels were dangling in space before he brought the car to a halt.
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