Alderman Philip Broeksma (GroenLinks) of Traffic wants a quick solution to the noise nuisance around the temporary viaduct on the Paterswoldseweg near the southern ring road. Broeksma announced this at the city council meeting on Wednesday.
The PvdA, PVV, SP and City Party had asked about the situation. Since the construction of the viaduct in November last year, several residents have complained about noise pollution. Broeksma does not think that the current situation is an acceptable situation and has tasked the combination of Herepoort entrepreneurs to find a solution. Alderman says a solution may take a while because sound is such a complicated issue. Different methods will be tried where there is also a risk of method failure.
Broeksma refers to a recently constructed noise barrier. This wall turned out to have less of an effect than previously thought. Another measure is that the speed limit on the southern ring road between Vrijheidsplein and Julianaplein has been lowered from 70 km / h to 50 since Wednesday.
The temporary viaduct was built, creating space to demolish an older section of the southern ring road. This demolition is necessary because it provides space for the construction of the new ring road.