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Y2K Travel Tips -- U.S. Transportation Secretary Slater Issues Travel Tips For Holiday Travelers

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December 30, 1999
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As Americans celebrate during the holiday season and welcome the new millennium, U.S. Transportation Secretary Rodney E. Slater urged everyone to travel safely by buckling up, driving sober, heeding traffic signs and being patient with delays.

December 22, 1999 -- As Americans celebrate during the holiday season and welcome the new millennium, U.S. Transportation Secretary Rodney E. Slater today urged everyone to travel safely by buckling up, driving sober, heeding traffic signs and being patient with delays.


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