Pittsburgh City Council’s “Noise Line”

The City Council Noise Task Force has created a “Noise Line” in order to gather input from Pittsburgh residents about noise issues around the city. City officials say they will use the input “to help shape new municipal noise legislation.” The Noise Line will be open now through the following six weeks. They are urging Pittsburghers to phone, text or write about any issues of noise pollution. For more information, visit the links below:


One Comment

  1. John says:

    Maybe instead they could focus on having the people that work in the city offices actually work.

  2. D.Whalen says:

    Go to the corner of Stanwix and Forbes and give a listen to the recorded voice “helping” folks to cross.

    I’ve been taking the bus lately, and waiting at this stop for weeks, For my life, I can’t figure out WHAT the message is. What exactly is he saying?. The voice is also irritating, constantly repeating the same incomprehensible command.

    I’m sure that this was a well-meaning addition to beautiful Market Square, but as an individual with good hearing and also a teacher who listens to the speech of indiividuals from various countries who have accents, I only hope that people with poor hearing as well as blind individuals blind receive other help at this intersection.other than this voice.

    all the best!!!

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