"The New Jersey Turnpike," 1953
The true significance of the Turnpike achievement is obvious
to anyone who has ever held a driver's license. Because our streets and roads
were not designed for today's volume of traffic, or for today's faster vehicles,
motoring has become a national problem. Jammed highways and streets threaten
to strangle many towns and cities, stifle their economies, and impose new strains
upon the everyday lives of the public.