Railway noise annoyance and the importance of number of trains, ground vibration, and building situational factors.

Abstract

Internationally accepted exposure-response relationships show that railway noise causes less annoyance than road traffic and aircraft noise. Railway transport, both passenger and freight transport, is increasing, and new railway lines are planned for environmental reasons. The combination of more frequent railway traffic and faster and heavier trains will… (More)
DOI: 10.4103/1463-1741.99895

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