Milton Neighbors record plane noise videos

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One plane per minute in Milton, 4:45 a.m. – 1:45 a.m.

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“But the noise doesn’t bother me” and “we live near the airport, what do you expect?” are frequent statements among residents on the Milton Neighbors Facebook group. Two big issues here are 1) this is new — and it’s due to NextGen satellite technology implemented by the FAA for efficiency and cost-savings and 2) it isn’t necessary. The burden of so much air traffic flying directly above Milton simply cannot be necessary. The traffic can be shared as it was before (see the before and after NextGen air traffic map).

Read about the health effects of living under the air pollution from our “sky highway.”

This is what plane noise sounds like from Milton Neighbors’ backyards:

April 19, 2016

Milton Academy Area (Dec. 15, 2015):

East Milton-Quincy Line (Dec. 8, 2015):

Kenilworth Road (Dec. 8, 2015):

Fruit Center / East Milton Square (Dec. 8, 2015)

Brook Road and Otis Street area (Dec. 1, 2015):

Plymouth Ave area (Dec. 1, 2015):

Pleasant Street (Dec. 1, 2015):

Pleasant Street (not this night though! – Dec 1, 2015):

Milton Hill area (Dec. 1, 2015):

Fruit Center area / East Milton Square (Dec. 1, 2015):

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