What Cities and States Are Doing to Cut Noise, ‘the New Secondhand Smoke’

Aircraft noise fell by 95 percent from 1970 to 2004 as plane engines got quieter, according to the Federal Aviation Administration. But local battles over airport and airplane noise continue for communities in flight paths. In the national parks “the biggest culprit is aircraft, the planes overhead, and then …

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