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Figure Number of people (in millions) exposed to transport noise
Exposure to environmental noise in Europe (EU-27 plus Norway and Switzerland)
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Figure D source code Number of people (million) exposed to transport noise. Current baseline year: 2007 (reported up to June 2011) (EU-27, Norway and Switzerland)
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Daviz Visualization object code Number of people exposed to transport noise
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Figure Oslo — quiet sanctuaries in a busy urban environment, 2010
Quiet areas decided by the the city of Oslo and the connection between areas
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Figure Perceived and reported noise pollution
EC, 2007a and 2007 data reported under the Directive on environmental noise (EEA, 2008)
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Figure object code Percentage of people exposed to levels above the WHO interim target for night-time noise in Europe from road transport (> 55 dB Lnight)
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Figure object code Percentage of population exposed to noise within and outside mountain areas in Austria due to major roads and major railways with more than 6 mio vehicles or 60 000 train passages per year (excluding Vienna)
Difference on the percentage of people exposed to more than 55dB Lden and more than 50 dB Lnight inside and outside mountain areas in Austria. The calculations were done excluding the number of people exposed inside Viena and considering two different noise sources: noise from major roads (with more than 6 mio vehicles/year) and noise from major railways (with more than 60.000 train passages/year).
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Figure Perception of noise (all sources) as a problem in European cities compared to road noise (major source of environmental noise) levels reported in the urban agglomerations correlated to processes of centralisation (c), decentralisation (d) and no change (n
The left diagram shows a ranking from relatively less noise problems perceived down to cities with highly perceived noise problems (dataset 2). The right diagram shows in addition the reported noise data under the Environmental Noise Directive 2002/49/EC (dataset 1). The colour of the city names indicates if the population moves rather towards the centres or to the edge or develops similarly in the centre and the edge (dataset 3)
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Figure Reported noise exposure of more than 55 dB Lden in European agglomerations with more than 250 000 inhabitants based on the results of strategic noise mapping
The figure shows the reported long-term (yearly) average exposure to day-evening-night noise of more than 55 dB in EU-27 agglomerations with more than 250 000 inhabitants
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Highlight Searching for noise solutions on awareness day
To mark the International Noise Awareness Day on 27 April, the European Environment Agency (EEA) and the Noise Abatement Society (NAS) seek submissions for the new European Soundscape Award which will recognise innovative solutions to noise problems.
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