Backers hope Route 66 historic designation can drive tourism

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Backers hope Route 66 historic designation can drive tourism

This undated photo provided by the American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association shows the Route 66 sign near the historic Summit Inn at the end of Cajon Pass in California. On Wednesday, the House Natural Resources Subcommittee took testimony on a bill that would put the more-than-2,400-mile road under the care of the National Park Service, returning signage to the road and letting it appear on maps as a historic road.
The Route 66 Diner, once a gas station is shown in Albuquerque, N.M. Route 66, the American Mother Road that once connected motorists from Illinois to California.

Backers hope Route 66 historic designation can drive tourism

This undated photo provided by the American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association shows the Route 66 sign near the historic Summit Inn at the end of Cajon Pass in California. On Wednesday, the House Natural Resources Subcommittee took testimony on a bill that would put the more-than-2,400-mile road under the care of the National Park Service, returning signage to the road and letting it appear on maps as a historic road.
The Route 66 Diner, once a gas station is shown in Albuquerque, N.M. Route 66, the American Mother Road that once connected motorists from Illinois to California.
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