Noise Barriers

 

Noise barriers are erected alongside railway lines that go through or are near residential areas in order to reduce the noise pollution caused by passing trains. These then increase the acceptance of rail for both passenger and freight services.

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Germany: DB Highlights Success of Noise Abatement Efforts

Germany: DB Highlights Success of Noise Abatement Efforts

Deutsche Bahn has published its Noise Protection Balance Sheet for 2021, which highlights the advancements made in noise abatement.

Rizzani de Eccher to Build Baltic States’ Longest Railway Bridge

Rizzani de Eccher to Build Baltic States’ Longest Railway Bridg...

Rizzani de Eccher has been chosen to construct the Rail Baltica railway bridge over the river Neris near Jonava, Lithuania.

HS2: Chiltern Tunnel North Portal Designed to Cut Traffic Noise

HS2: Chiltern Tunnel North Portal Designed to Cut Traffic Noise

HS2 has unveiled designs for Chiltern Tunnel’s north portal, which focus on cutting noise from trains as they enter and exit the tunnel.

Reverse Train Traffic Starts on Moscow Central Diameter 1

Reverse Train Traffic Starts on Moscow Central Diameter 1

Trains are now alternately running in both directions on the Belorusskaya – Savyolovskaya track of the Moscow Central Diameter 1 (MCD-1).

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