The Noise Mitigation Plan for Stapleton Airportby Andrew S. Harris, Harris Miller Miller & Hanson, Inc, Lexington, MA, USA,
Document Type: Proceeding Paper
Part of: Noise and Vibration Measurement: Prediction and Mitigation
Abstract: In March 1984, seven communities in the vicinity of Denver's Stapleton International Airport completed a year-long study of methods to reduce the adverse noise effects from aircraft operations at Stapleton. The study resulted in a Noise Mitigation Plan that could significantly improve the noise environment. The author reports on the process the communities followed to develop the Plan, describes the 13 noise mitigation measures it incorporates, and reviews progress toward implementation in the time since the study ended.
Subject Headings: Noise pollution | Airports and airfields | Aircraft and spacecraft | North America | Denver | Colorado | United States
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