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Community effects of road traffic noise

Community effects of road traffic noise

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Published by Dept. of Geography, McMaster University in Hamilton, Ont .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Traffic noise -- Measurement.,
  • Traffic noise -- Psychological aspects.,
  • Traffic noise -- Physiological effect.,
  • Traffic noise -- Economic aspects.,
  • Traffic noise -- Social aspects.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesFinal report : Experience "77 Project., Experience "77 Project.
    StatementFred L. Hall ... [et al.] ; report submitted to the Noise Pollution Control Section of the Ontario Ministry of the Environment.
    ContributionsHall, Fred L., McMaster University. Dept. of Geography.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTD893.6.T7 C65 1977
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 145 p. :
    Number of Pages145
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19721986M

      Noise is defined as unwanted sound produced by vehicles, and the interaction between vehicle tyres and the road surface. Transport and Main Roads is the key government agency responsible for the management of traffic noise from state controlled roads. Noise control is part of the successful delivery of road infrastructure projects and is. sues as well as the effects of highway traffic noise on wildlife are a growing concern. To help minimize the effects of highway traffic noise, researchers and practitioners must understand the noise sources, how the sound propagates to nearby commu-nities, and how to reduce noise levels at the source, during propagation, or at the receiver.

    Another important area of noise research is the effects on children’s learning. About 20 studies have found effects of either aircraft or road traffic noise on children’s reading abilities and. Managing road traffic noise Road Traffic Noise In a growing state like Queensland, road traffic noise can be experienced by many people living along motorways, highways and major arterial roads. Transport and Main Roads has policies and strategies to assess the levels of noise and manage these across the State-controlled road network.

    Data from urban traffic experiments have shown, for instance, that sudden accelerations have negative effects on traffic noise control, and good road planning with beneficial effects would require the setting of speed limits and the smoothing of traffic flow (Jones and Hothersall, ; Lewis, ; Waters, ). /Traffic noise reduction in Europe August 1 Summary The main conclusions of this report are as follows: Health effects and social costs • Traffic noise has a variety of adverse impacts on human health. Community noise, including traffic noise, is already recognised as a serious public health.


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Abstract. Road traffic is the most interfering noise source in developed countries. According to a publication of the European Union (EU) at the end of the twentieth century [1], about 40% of the population in 15 EU member states is exposed to Cited by: 2.

The Effects of Road Traffic Noise on Mental Performance Article (PDF Available) in Iranian Journal of Environmental Health Science & Engineering 10(1) February with Reads. It is shown that road traffic noise has highly significant correlation to cognitive abilities such as working memory and sustained attention.

Since the number of exposed persons to traffic noise is increasing and regarding to effects of road traffic noise on performance, this study was by:   "Road noise seems to play a role, but I wouldn't talk about causality," she explained. Orban said there are some simple things people can do to. In the EU and Norway, traffic noise is the second biggest environmental problem affecting health after air pollution, says a report published today by the World Health Organization (WHO) (1).

This new health evidence highlights the urgency of adopting more stringent EU vehicle noise standards, according to health, environment and sustainable transport campaigners.

Traffic noise is the second biggest environmental problem in the EU, according to WHO. After air pollution, noise is affecting health the most. But legislation regarding noise pollution is.

Traffic Noise Sound Effect. Street Traffic. Rush Hour. City Noise Sound Effect. Road Traffic Sound Effect. High Quality Sounds. Free MP3 Download. MP3 kbps (zip) Lenght: min File size: MB. Ambient noise did increase the number of chick response failures when the parents arrived with food (Leonard and Horn,).

Captive zebra finches were exposed to recordings made from road traffic, trains, motorcycles, and lawnmowers or not exposed to traffic noise (control) (Potvin and MacDougall-Shackleton, ). Feed and water were. Babisch, Updated exposure-response relationship between road traffic noise and coronary heart diseases: A meta-analysis, Noise Health 16 (68) () 1–9.

Crossref, ISI, Google Scholar; D. Banerjee, P. Das and A. Foujdar, Association between road traffic noise and prevalence of coronary heart disease, Environ. by: 3. A second problem is that community reaction (percent highly annoyed) appears to depend on the source of the noise; for example, responses to aircraft noise, road traffic noise, and rail noise vary, even if the noises have the same DNL (see Figure ).

The question that must be answered is whether the variability in response is due to the. Traffic-related noise accounts for over 1 million healthy years of life lost annually to ill health, disability or early death in the western countries in the WHO European Region.

This is the main conclusion of the first report assessing the burden of disease from environmental noise in Europe, released today by WHO/Europe.

Noise causes or contributes to not only annoyance and sleep. A road traffic noise strategy is a plan for managing the noise from motor vehicles on the road network. The strategy will guide the activity of government, business and the community to achieve reductions in road traffic noise over time.

Solutions to address road traffic noise are not often found in a single program but rely on combinations of. When road traffic noise, age, sex, heredity and body mass index were controlled for in logistic regression models as well as allowing for >10 years of latency, the odds ratio for hypertension was (95% CI –) in the highest noise category (56–70 dBA) and (95% CI –) in men.

The study showed a positive association between. Highway traffic noise impact analysis, abatement procedures, criteria, coordination requirements, and reporting guidance contained herein are based on Title 23 of the Code of Federal Regulations, Part Federal Highway Administration’s, the (FHWA) Procedures for.

Mitigating transportation noise in the environment is important for the health and welfare of the surrounding community.

Numerous studies have demonstrated the effect of noise on the health of those suffering under its impact. Effects ranging from hearing loss to cardiac arrest have been linked to noise.

AWSP’s can be erected into a fence and in most cases audibly and visually conceal the source of your traffic noise. Typically, you can count on a 10 to­ dB (AWSP) reduction of traffic noise using AWSP as a solution (results will differ based on variables of the site).

A more economical resolution to your situation is Acoustifence (AF. In andtwo large-scale socio-acoustic surveys of community response to road traffic noise were conducted to investigate human reactions to road traffic noise in these cities; the sample Author: Lex Brown.

Compared to previous WHO guidelines on noise, there are five significant developments in the version: stronger evidence of cardiovascular and metabolic effects of environmental noise; inclusion of new noise sources, namely wind turbine noise and leisure noise, in addition to noise from transportation (aircraft, rail and road traffic).

Traffic noise levels are investigated during road planning. We consider the impact on noise-sensitive areas such as residential dwellings, hospitals, motels, schools and libraries.

The VicRoads Traffic Noise Reduction Policy [PDF 28 Kb] details noise limits for new or upgraded roads.

Increasingly, health researchers are realizing that noise pollution is more than just a nuisance. A study found that exposure to the sounds. Noise from road traffic alone is the second most harmful environmental stressor in Europe, behind air pollution, according to the World Health Organization (WHO).

The harmful effects of noise arise mainly from the stress reaction it causes in the human body, which can also occur during sleep.In Europe, road traffic noise constitutes the dominant source of noise annoyance, where the term annoyance is defined as a scalar property denoting noise-induced stress, either facilitating the development of health effects via endocrine processes or as a health effect in its own right.Parris and Schneider () found that the Grey Shrike-thrush (Colluricincla harmonica) sang at a higher frequency in areas with traffic noise than the Grey Fantail (Rhipidura fuliginosa) and that the probability of detecting either species declined substantially with increasing traffic noise and traffic volume.

The effects of traffic noise on Cited by: