Issues: noise complaint
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12 Townly RoadNot the biggest pothole but a very noisy one. When truck go over it, it makes a load noise. Can hear it all night and all day. The hole is around a sewer cover (or some sort of cover at the end of Townly Road)
128 Vincent RdDOES ANYONE KNOW WHEN WE ARE GETTING OUR NOISE BARRIER WALL ALONG VINCENT RD AREA ON RTE 128
120 Central St Wellesley, MA 02481
I have several alumna of Wellesley in my family and have always thought that students would have a more pleasant walk if speeds could be controlled better on Central Street. This is the main route into the town center for many students.
Speeding creates noise and hazards to pedestrians. Ideally, stretches of pedestrian rich areas like this should have speeds limited to 20MPH through traffic calming and other measures. It would be a great plus for the college, and a great plus for the town as well.
76 VotesFix it! Voted!New HavenLoud motorcyles, especially during Summer months, constantly disturb and harass citizens of New Haven by operating with illegal and potentially harmful exhaust systems. Why doesn't the NHPD or the Dept. Of Health do anything about this?
New York is working on legislation:
Thanks! Thanked!87 Bright Street New Haven, ct
Cars continually come at all hours of the day and night honking their horns. They are using their horns as door bells to get the friends and family to come out to their car. Even either picking up people or calling them over to their car with their horn to chat with them.
Officer C. Colon of the New Haven police department feels that this is just “ordinary city life” and “(we) Just need to live with it.”. Some people in the community believe that it is okay to honk as much as wanted and does not understand how it can bother anyone.
Well I happen to sleep at different times and these horns being used as door bells wake me up. It is no one’s right to tell me when I should be sleeping or awake, nor is it anyone’s right to make excessive noise and to breech my peaceful environment.
I am asking that the New Haven Police department acknowledge this as an issue. I understand that CT does not have any ordnances on horn honking, but there is a “Breach Of Peace” law and I believe the police should utilize this law to enforce unnecessary honking in New Haven.
Additionally our state legislators should create a law to protect citizens against unnecessary honking and to provide an infraction for unnecessary honking, enforceable by police.
This is where Septa's bus/train depot is. Within the past year they've decided to blow their air horns at all hours of the night and day. I'm a long time resident and this was never an issue before. I know that during certain hours of the day they can make as much noise as they want to but, how much is too much? There should be a decibel limit.
Possible remedies: stop blowing your horns and return the old system or, build a huge wall like you've done in certain parts of South Philly.