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« Dieter | Main | Weed Spraying »

July 2, 2001


There are considerable concerns over the increased noise due, we believe, to the raised height, concrete base and lack of trees of the new highway, and that this is so even at the current 80km/hr limit which will be raised to 100km/hr on completion. David pointed out that the RTA is reluctant to do a study before the Highway is finished and are unlikely to do anything since they measure the absolute level of noise, not the annoyance due to it occuring during the silence of night. It was unclear what could be done about this

Posted at July 2, 2001 12:00 AM

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