2010 - 2012


The goal? To provide 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.

Key publications:

CITYHUSH was funded by the European Commission's Directorate General for Mobility and Transport through the FP7 Programme. -Transport (Including Aeronautics) - Horizontal activities for implementation of the transport programme (TPT) 

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