Noise pol­lu­tion

Seymour Telegraph - - NEWS -

The new trains that in­clude the in­land dou­ble decker freight train — how noisy are they?

Peo­ple live along those rail­way lines.

How are the ex­tra ser­vices and new trains go­ing to im­pact on their qual­ity of life?

A gov­ern­ment has the power to buy your home for na­tional good to build rail­ways and free­ways.

Those peo­ple who are on the new pro­posed rail­way lines will be evicted and those left in the area will be af­fected by noisy trains.

An in­ter­est­ing fact, by 1924 Aus­tralians were build­ing 20 000 fac­to­ries a year.

Which fac­tory are the new trains be­ing built in?

And on a prac­ti­cal level, will they have con­duc­tors and toi­lets?

Metro trains don’t have ei­ther.

Also, what safety fea­tures are be­ing in­cor­po­rated in the new trains.

As we all know from the TV ads, speed kills, and I would like to ar­rive at my des­ti­na­tion alive.

— San­dra Mor­ris, Sey­mour

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