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N.Y.'s Second Ave. subway design to quell station noise

Posted on July 6, 2010

NEW YORK — New stations along the under-construction Second Avenue subway line are being designed by acoustical engineers to help make the station quieter and station announcements clearer, according to the New York Post. Transit officials have promised a garble-free PA system — with speakers arranged to minimize reverberation — and raise the possibility of piped-in music. For the full story, click here.

 

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