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- ... that the Yokohama Northwest Route features a 4.1-kilometer-long (2.5 mi) tunnel planned with the help of local residents? Source: "we began by explaining the necessity of the route, and then asked the residents for their opinion on the concept of connecting between Kohoku JCT and Yokohama Aoba JCT, and where to place it." 
- ALT1:... that the Yokohama Northwest Route features a 4.1-kilometer-long (2.5 mi) tunnel equipped with emergency escape slides? Source: "Since the Yokohama Northwest Route has a tunnel that covers more than half of its length, measuring 4.1 km long, it uses chutes on the side of the road to provide assist in an evacuation." 
- New enough and long enough. QPQ present. @Mccunicano: The NHK link is broken (I get a 404) and there is no inline citation for ALT1. Otherwise, the sourcing would be fine (AGF). I don't see other textual issues. Any answer to the broken link for a week-old article/ability to invoke the NHK citation (easy enough) or a suitable replacement for the NHK source? Raymie (t • c) 06:39, 29 March 2020 (UTC)