This research project developed and evaluated practical ways of involving the public in context sensitive sound mitigation strategies. The integrated use of photo montage, PowerPoint presentation, linked traffic sound files, and audience response systems demonstrated that significant visual and aural differences could be clearly portrayed and clear preferences could be expressed by citizens and professionals alike, even where the choice menu was quite complex.
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Grossardt, Ted; Cohn, Lou; Harris, Al; Bailey, Keiron; and Ripy, John, "Evaluation of Noise Impact Mitigation Protocols to Support CSS" (2008). Kentucky Transportation Center Research Report. 70.