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The 360-foot television mast atop One World Trade Center supported 10 main
television antennas, numerous auxiliary antennas and a master FM antenna.
Transmissions from the mast began in June, 1980. Ten television stations in the
metropolitan area, including all the major networks, broadcasted from the mast.
In addition, six stations broadcasted high-definition, digital television from the
World Trade Center.
The Tower’s sky lobby elevator systems separated express from local runs.
There were 239 elevators and 71 escalators in the four buildings operated by
the Port Authority at the complex. The sky lobby express elevators were capable
of carrying 55 people, with a 10,000 pound capacity. Express elevators traveled
at speeds of up to 27 feet per second.
The WTC towers were the best known examples of “tube buildings,” which are
strengthened by closely spaced columns and beams in the outer walls. The
Twin Towers were completed in 1970, and were the tallest until the Sears Tower
About 50,000 people worked in the WTC, with offices of 430 businesses from
26 different countries.
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