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  1. Environmental Noise Directive First results Núria Blanes and Jaume Fons ETC-LUSI / UAB NRC for Noise Meeting Copenhagen, 12 November 2008

  2. Coverage

  3. Coverage EU 27 END 25% 121 Millions of people … and 162 agglomerations

  4. Agglomerations: sources of noise (Lden) Noise bands 42 Mio people exposed Noise source

  5. Agglomerations: impact of roads (Lden) Noise bands Agglomeration class (1000 inh.)

  6. People affected by major roads (Lden) 12 Mio people exposed outside agglomerations

  7. People affected by major rails (Lden) 2 Mio people exposed outside agglomerations People affected / km of rail

  8. Major airports 770 000 people exposed outside agglomerations Nr people exposed Copenhagen Movements / year

  9. Next steps • Data base finalised (completed + “clean”) • Data integration • Noise contour maps + NRL • Tabular data + NRL • Further explore the results • Use of additional sources (e.g. Urban Audit) • Spatial assessment • Provide a user-friendly platform to present the results (web interactive tool)

  10. Remarks on Reportnet • Noise: • complex requirements, • a lot of information • need to ensure/facilitat data collection to reduce mistakes • Data not properly reported may be “useless” • What Reportnet offers: • Streamlining the process • One single place (Data dictionary, templates, QA) • Easy to keep track

  11. QA on demand • QA to avoid/recognise “common” mistakes • Data format • Hundreds • Empty cells

  12. Empty cells • Interesting to kow different situations: better assessment. • Use of 2 codes to indicate that data is not reported: • Below END thresholds • No major sources of noise (“0” has several meanings) • Data not mandatory / not YET available /not available