2010 - 2012


CITYHUSH was a three-year research project co-funded by the European Commission, under the 7th Framework Programme. The project provided municipalities with tools to establish noise maps and action plans, offering a broad range of validated technical solutions for noise hot-spots in their city.

The EU-funded project 'Acoustically green road vehicles and city areas' (CITYHUSH) sought to empower cities to create Q-Zones with noise levels reduced by over 20 decibels, and parks within these zones where current noise levels would be reduced by 25 decibels.

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The project was funded by the European Commission's Directorate General for Mobility and Transport thought the FP7 Programme. -Transport (Including Aeronautics) - Horizontal activities for implementation of the transport programme (TPT) It ran from January 2010 to December 2012.

For more information about the project, visit CITYHUSH CORDIS page, TRIMIS page or CITYHUSH's website