Event Title

Assessment of acustic pollution in the ‘‘Arben Xhaferi„ motorway and noise reduction

Session

Civil Engineering, Infrastructure and Environment

Description

The problem of acoustic pollution in the living environments and residential precints including urban areas and parts of the larger population, has been a worrisome issue.

Noise in traffic is considered as acoustic pollution at the same time very harmful to human nature and health. In many design situations, the acceptable road infrastructure performance is determined by different requirements, one of which is noise in settlements close to highways. The selection of the subject of the study, (namely Autostrada “Arbën Xhaferi”) is intended to provide the possibility of the recommendations of this study also in other areas with similar urban structure. The objectives of this study include:

• Noise Measurement Procedures (Detection of Measurement; • Input parameters in determining the noise rate; • Noise characteristics (road, speed and time of its spread; • Time of noise sources (day, peak hour, evening, night); • Impact of decisive factors in increasing traffic noise and protection from traffic.

The study is organized as follows:

There will be provided fully-fledged data, regarding the contemporary concerns about acoustic pollution. There has been carried out asubtle analysis of pollution impact on urban and rural areas from “Arbën Xhaferi” Motorway Route 6.

Detailed information on the classification of interventions for the reduction of acoustic pollution on the mentioned highway is presented (specifically in the segment C1, Babush- Ferizaj settlement)

• Monitoring in the selected highway area in the segment mentioned above. • Measures that needs to be taken to improve the acoustic condition in that area. • More efficiently technical engineering intervention - use of anti-noise barriers.

Keywords:

noise, acoustic pollution, noise protection, noise assessment, motorway.

Session Chair

Hazir Çadraku

Session Co-Chair

Visar Krelani

Proceedings Editor

Edmond Hajrizi

ISBN

978-9951-550-19-2

Location

Pristina, Kosovo

Start Date

10-2019 3:30 PM

End Date

10-2019 5:00 PM

DOI

10.33107/ubt-ic.2019.204

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Assessment of acustic pollution in the ‘‘Arben Xhaferi„ motorway and noise reduction

Pristina, Kosovo

The problem of acoustic pollution in the living environments and residential precints including urban areas and parts of the larger population, has been a worrisome issue.

Noise in traffic is considered as acoustic pollution at the same time very harmful to human nature and health. In many design situations, the acceptable road infrastructure performance is determined by different requirements, one of which is noise in settlements close to highways. The selection of the subject of the study, (namely Autostrada “Arbën Xhaferi”) is intended to provide the possibility of the recommendations of this study also in other areas with similar urban structure. The objectives of this study include:

• Noise Measurement Procedures (Detection of Measurement; • Input parameters in determining the noise rate; • Noise characteristics (road, speed and time of its spread; • Time of noise sources (day, peak hour, evening, night); • Impact of decisive factors in increasing traffic noise and protection from traffic.

The study is organized as follows:

There will be provided fully-fledged data, regarding the contemporary concerns about acoustic pollution. There has been carried out asubtle analysis of pollution impact on urban and rural areas from “Arbën Xhaferi” Motorway Route 6.

Detailed information on the classification of interventions for the reduction of acoustic pollution on the mentioned highway is presented (specifically in the segment C1, Babush- Ferizaj settlement)

• Monitoring in the selected highway area in the segment mentioned above. • Measures that needs to be taken to improve the acoustic condition in that area. • More efficiently technical engineering intervention - use of anti-noise barriers.