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Dutch infrastructure manager ProRail is developing an adjustable version of its ANAbel level crossing audible warning system for use in urban areas. Regulations require a warning 15 dB above surrounding noise, but the sound levels required to achieve this during the day bring complaints from local inhabitants at night. The ...

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