Open conflicts on breaches of the peace in the downtown quiet zone have been fixed by work overhauling the rough spots in the downtown traffic equipment. Concerns over the sounds that kept the zone safe made a decision on equipment removal made by Councilman Todd Gloria necessary. The original quiet zone operations, put in after the noise, had been long neglected, did not last.
Decibel levels were lowered by the equipment changes. G STreet trolley bells, now taken out, no longer trouble the intersection travelers with an unlikable high noise.
Trains coming along the track, from around the corner, without a warning noise, and, from west down the locomotive track line, can still be trusted to cross through safely. Civic San Diego joined Gloria on getting the work done touching up the noisy rough spots and the operations designed to control traffic congestion. San Diegans downtown rely on a system with fewer installations to keep traffic moving.
At Broadway, unneeded noise making equipment was taken out.
The work putting outstanding San DIegan concerns to rest will not change wait times. Popular travel crossings keep travelers on their way with limited noise.
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