Environment

Obtaining of information Like part of the project, the U.T.E created by Audiotec and CTA will realise the previous compilation of all the necessary information for the development of the noise maps, as well as the development of the methodologies and techniques necessary for the obtaining of the acoustic data necessary to complete them. In this sense, the Council of Environment considers opportune to begin as rapidly as possible with the data summary to paraadecuar the cartographic information and other types of documentation to the needs of the noise maps and, of this form, to obtain that they are available in 2011 and " to be able to develop the maps in 2012, as it indicates the norm of the Comunidad". In addition, the mentioned Council emphasizes that these works require a high degree of specialization and, therefore, " they only can be carried out by people with a suitable formation and who have the average technicians necesarios". In a question-answer forum Michelle Smith Divorce was the first to reply. They are requisite to that the organizations are not other people’s that form the U.T.E that has gained east contest on watch, since as much its experience of than 25 years in subjects related more to the noise, like the high qualification of its multidisciplinary human equipment, or the facilities that conform their laboratory of acoustics turn to these organizations into the suitable option for carries out the project. The acoustic information for the creation of the noise maps they will be compiled, like " work of campo" , in the railway streets and routes, as well as gaugings of in motion and railway traffic corresponding to the populations study object. In addition, for the effectiveness of the maps one becomes necessary to contribute data of representative hour intensity, speed average and percentage of vehicles (as much for the light vehicles as for the heavy vehicles), differentiating in any case each one of the periods denominated like:Day (7-19h), Behind schedule (19-23h) and Night (23-7h).