Longitudinal annoyance responses to a road traffic noise management strategy that reduced heavy vehicles at night.

@article{Brown2015LongitudinalAR,
  title={Longitudinal annoyance responses to a road traffic noise management strategy that reduced heavy vehicles at night.},
  author={Alan Lex Brown},
  journal={The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
  year={2015},
  volume={137 1},
  pages={165-76}
}
A traffic management strategy was designed to reduce trucks using an urban corridor. The intervention had potential to affect night-time truck flows, but did not target truck traffic in the day, or vehicles other than trucks at any hour. A two-year long panel study measured the community's response to this intervention, using five repeated measurements of response. There were significant reductions in the panel's response to noise, both for night-time annoyance and for interference with… CONTINUE READING

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