LaGuardia Noise Exposure Map to be released on Tuesday

The Part 150 study has reached its definitive stage and our draft noise exposure map will be unveiled at the next LGA technical meeting on Tuesday, June 21st at 1PM.

This map will be the basis of any noise abatement plan we may receive. The map is a first draft and could be revised if sufficient public input is received. There is limited time to assess the map, review the methods used and submit comments. Representatives from the aviation industry will also be in attendance and likely to submit well crafted comments of their own.

Once the map is approved by the FAA, there will be no recourse. Now is the time to scrutinize the map.

I have attached the most recent Noise Exposure Map here, prepared in 2013. The LGA technical group forum is open to the public.

Dates: Tuesday, June 21, 2016
Title: LGA TAC Meeting No. 7
Description: LOCATION: LaGuardia Airport, Hangar 7 Center, 3rd Floor, Flushing, NY 11371
Times: 1:00PM – 4:00PM

 

11 comments on “LaGuardia Noise Exposure Map to be released on Tuesday
  1. J says:

    Where is the attached map from 2013 as indicated in the article?

  2. Henry Pelayo says:

    I live in the. Bronx the airplane noise is unberable they keep using the same runway eryday. Its an abuse they having i hav made numerous complaint to. The Noise. Compl Hot line to the. FAA. Nothing is done they really dont care. Sometimes they land up to 2 am in the morn. People hav to sleep and go to work. It seems. Laguardia only has one runway No one really cares

    • Henry Pelayo says:

      Laguardia. Doesnt care. Mayb a. News story on the noise or a Law suit. Mite make them wake up. They start at 6 am to pass. Midnight. They are landing as am writing this statement

    • Andrew Clavin says:

      There is NO reason that a path that follows the middle of the Long Island sound the former LDA Alpha approach into runway 22 should be reinstated. This can be done easily with RNAV technology and it doesn’t need to have the same angle of decent. As long as the pilots fly over the middle of the Long Island Sound into 22 following the same ground path, the most simple RNAV approach possible should be created.

      • Andrew Clavin says:

        The TNNIS CLIMB RNAV TNNIS 5 departure automatically makes this impossible. Once JFK reopens their 13L-31R runway and is on other runways beside landing 22L and 22R this Long Island Sound RNAV or LDA Alpha should be used ALL THE TIME UNLESS its Bad weather. If JFK came up with new approaches to the south into the 22’s JFk could use TNNIS LESS.

  3. Annoyed beyond Belief Citizen! says:

    Nothing changes, airplane noise is worse than ever over Downtown Flushing Queens. Noise is THUNDERING over the most populated area in Queens and politicians accomplish nothing, just more lip service and excuses or words that they are working on things, but bottom line is why do we need years on end just to stop the ludicrous dangerous flight paths directly over our heads that shake the foundation of our homes to the core?!!!!! This Sucks. Gotta move out of here!!!!

  4. Airplanes Making Us DEAF!!!! says:

    I agree, this TNNIS Flushing Plane Climb is ridiculous. How can people live with 600 planes flying over their heads and shaking the homes like an earth tremor, and crop dusting our heads with plane exhaust? Our government is a laughing stock, nothing gets fixed, but they know how to use their intellect to raise taxes. That they know.

  5. Barbara Winograd says:

    Is there any way to be alerted the night before if airplanes are going to be taking off at 6 am over your home? There should be a daily or weekly email detailing with runways will be used so people can plan accordingly. Knowing in advance would help.

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