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Airport Noise Grants: FAA Needs to Better Ensure Project Eligibility and Improve Strategic Goal and Performance Measures
Gerald L. Dillingham (au)
The Federal Aviation Admin. (FAA) predicts that air traffic in the U.S. will increase 20 percent by 2024. If not mitigated, the noise associated with these flights could significantly diminish the quality of life for communities surrounding airports and constrain an airportńˇ╗s ability to expand. Over the last 30 years, Congress has provided billions of dollars in grants under the Airport Improvement Program to airports to reduce and mitigate significant noise exposure. FAAńˇ╗s overall strategic noise goal is to reduce the population exposed to significant noise to fewer than 300,000 people nationwide. This report (1) describes how airport noise exposure has changed; (2) evaluates noise grant results; and (3) assesses potential future demand for these grants. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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