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1. Does your city collect data on the ‘quality of its acoustic environment’ (i.e. the levels of noise across the city at different times of day)?

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2. Do you have a graphic representation of the sound level distribution existing in your city (i.e. a noise map) available for different times of day and different days of the week?

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3. Does your city have a website / city magazine or other well established information source where citizens can easily find information on noise in the city?

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4. Does your city have a policy in place to protect more sensitive areas from noise (e.g. hospitals/schools, residential, parks)?

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5. Does your city have an official up-to-date action plan to reduce noise levels?

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6. BONUS POINTS - If you have answered YES, Does your action plan include:

- The setting long and short term objectives with regards to reduce noise levels?

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- Defined actions to reduce noise levels, including a time-frame and budget to realise the targets?

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- The establishment of quiet areas in the city?

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