BRUSSELS – With more than three in four residents of the European Union residing in cities and traffic volumes rising, the number of complaints linked to environmental noise in the region has been increasing. Members of the European Parliament responded earlier this month by backing proposals from the EU executive, the European Commission, to reduce vehicle noise 25% in cities by the year 2024. According to the Commission, vehicle noise standards had not been refreshed since the 1990s, ...

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