Train horns dis­turb

Kapi-Mana News - - OPINION -

Ed­i­tor, Has any one else an is­sue with the noise of the loud horns that are re­peat­edly sounded off day and night by trains?

This is a strange thing to write about but thought this is re­lated – I read your ar­ti­cle of TV ad­verts be­ing too loud and not good for your ears.

What about the train wak­ing you and your fam­ily day and night and early hours of the morn­ing. Not just been wo­ken but hav­ing had a loud noise wake you up with a fright. It’s hor­ri­ble, your heart races and its re­ally hard to go back to sleep. It’s not good for your nerves, well be­ing or health.

Well, I have had this hap­pen to me on a reg­u­larly daily and nightly ba­sis since Novem­ber 2009.

I have chal­lenged Ki­wirail, but to no change.

The law has been writ­ten that the train at the cross­ing and ev­ery time it passes an­other train has to sound its horn. This mys­ti­fies me. When you have bar­rier arms and bells at a cross­ing, why is this still nec­es­sary? We are in the

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