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11th UIC Noise Workshop

14th of November

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Union Internationale des chemins de fer, 16 rue Jean Rey, Paris 75015

The International Railway Association, UIC, will hold the 11th UIC Noise Workshop in Paris on 14 November 2017.
This event will focus on the latest issues at European level for the management of railway noise and vibration. Topics will include application of the Noise TSI to existing wagons & ‘silent sections’, funding and progress for retrofitting, REFIT of the Environmental Noise Directive & forthcoming guidance on noise from the World Health Organisation (WHO) & appropriate noise metrics in addition to the new UIC State of the Art report for the Management of Railway Vibration. As in previous years, speakers will be invited to represent the major stakeholders, including UIC, CER, European Commission (DG MOV & DG ENV), WHO working groups. External views from outside the railway noise world will also be sought.
Opportunities will be provided for participants to ask questions directly to European Commission policy officers and other key stakeholders as well as to discuss the current issues. There is no charge for participation; however places are limited and will be allocated on a first come first served basis. To reserve your place please complete the form http://events.uic.org/11th-uic-noise-workshop
Nov 14th

11th UIC Noise Workshop

Time: 12:00 am - 11:59 pm
Venue: Paris
Address: Union Internationale des chemins de fer, 16 rue Jean Rey
Paris, 75015 France
The International Railway Association, UIC, will hold the 11th UIC Noise Workshop in Paris on 14 November 2017.
This event will focus on the latest issues at European level for the management of railway noise and vibration. Topics will include application of the Noise TSI to existing wagons & ‘silent sections’, funding and progress for retrofitting, REFIT of the Environmental Noise Directive & forthcoming guidance on noise from the World Health Organisation (WHO) & appropriate noise metrics in addition to the new UIC State of the Art report for the Management of Railway Vibration. As in previous years, speakers will be invited to represent the major stakeholders, including UIC, CER, European Commission (DG MOV & DG ENV), WHO working groups. External views from outside the railway noise world will also be sought.
Opportunities will be provided for participants to ask questions directly to European Commission policy officers and other key stakeholders as well as to discuss the current issues. There is no charge for participation; however places are limited and will be allocated on a first come first served basis. To reserve your place please complete the form http://events.uic.org/11th-uic-noise-workshop